The Next 36 is a non-profit charity that is helping grow Canada's long-term prosperity by fast-tracking the development of Canada's most talented young innovators.
Our entrepreneurial leadership program for exceptional students and recent graduates.
Our entrepreneurial leadership program for young founders with existing ventures.
The Honourable Greg Rickford, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, along with Jane Pagel, Acting CEO of Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC), today announced seven clean technology projects in Ontario receiving investments totalling over $26.8 million, supporting jobs, economic growth and the environment. These projects are benefitting from the Harper Government’s investment in SDTC’s SD Tech Fund through Canada’s Economic Action Plan.Keep Reading ▸
Who doesn't love big growth numbers? Fast growth is proof your product is resonating with the market; it means a faster path to profitability; it attracts investors; it boosts your team's morale. Heck, it can even turn accounting software into an interesting conversation.Keep Reading ▸
I recently had the pleasure of meeting the 72 finalists from across Canada vying for a spot in the 2015 cohort of The Next 36. The program leaders identify top senior undergraduate students and give them resources, skills and access to a network that increases their probability of entrepreneurial success.Keep Reading ▸
The Next 36, Canada's most selective program for young entrepreneurs has chosen its fifth cohort from a pool of over 630 impressive applicants from coast to coast. The 38 successful candidates competed for a spot at the annual National Selection Weekend.Keep Reading ▸
An entrepreneur's daily routine is often marked by the sheer variety of tasks that must be tackled. In an early stage startup, any given day might involve writing code, creating a blog post, or unclogging the office toilet. For many entrepreneurs, this is actually the attraction; no two days are alike.Keep Reading ▸