Volta Labs is a Halifax-based super hub for startup technology product companies. We are a non-profit created by founders, for founders. We help remove barriers faced by many startup companies, including free legal, HR/recruiting, marketing and funding office hours, furniture, internet connection, and much more.


Established in 1995 and based in Halifax, Innovacorp is Nova Scotia’s early stage venture capital organization. Target industries include information technology, clean technology, life sciences and ocean technology. Early stage investment is at the core of our business model. We also give entrepreneurs access to world-class incubation facilities, expert advice and other support to help accelerate their companies.



Build Ventures is based in Halifax, Nova Scotia and is focused on early stage technology companies across the Atlantic region. Our first fund closed in early 2013 and we currently have $65M under management. We are looking to work with passionate founders who are committed to building great companies.




Propel ICT delivers two Accelerators, Launch and Build. Both are comprised of a 12-week intensive program, beginning with a call for applications and then shortlisted for Selection Camp that competitively chooses companies for entry into the Accelerator.



NEXT Canada’s mission is to increase national prosperity by providing an ecosystem to support the country’s most exceptional entrepreneurs and innovators. We believe that harnessing the potential of big thinking Canadians is key to success on a global stage.



Based in Waterloo Region, Canada’s fastest growing tech community, the Fierce Founders Accelerator is designed to give you the tools necessary to move from MVP to scalable business. This 6-month learn-by-doing accelerator will give expose you and your team to almost everything you need to make your company successful.


 Y Combinator provides seed funding for startups. Seed funding is the earliest stage of venture funding. It pays your expenses while you’re getting started.



Founded in 2005, the First Angel Network Association (FAN) is a member based, not-for-profit with a focus on bridging the capital gap for Atlantic Canadian companies. Created by angel investors who wanted to make a difference in the local economy,  FAN provides a high quality investment experience for both angels and entrepreneurs.