We connect entrepreneurs and product builders with skills, community and space to support them as they take ideas to reality. Since 2009, we have created collisions - between developers, designers, makers, founders and mentors - transforming ideas into companies. In 2014, Startup Edmonton was acquired by Edmonton Economic Development Corporation and operates as a wholly owned subsidiary. 

By The Numbers: 

  • $50 million+ raised by affiliate companies and members since 2009
  • 50,000+ attendees at events, programs and workshops since 2009 
  • 14,000 square feet of program, community and coworking space at the historic Mercer Warehouse, operational Spring 2012 
  • 285+ meetups, events, workshops and socials annually 
  • 660+ members since opening the campus Spring of 2012
    • 120+ currently working out of the space at 40+ companies  
    • 400+ members currently enrolled in programs 
  • 60+ companies launched at Launch Party since 2010
  • 20+ community-led monthly meetup groups, from Ruby to ROS Robotics


Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM | 24/7 Access for members with space add-on packages

Suite 301, 10359 - 104 Street Edmonton, AB T5J 1B9 | hello@startupedmonton.com 

We don't have an office telephone number, but don't fret! Our entire team is accessible via hello@startupedmonton.com and one of us will respond in two business days.


Special thanks to our Co-Founders: Ken Bautista & Cam Linke

Read more about our Founders 50 and corporate supporters.

Press and Filming Requests 

Check out our online media kit at brandfolder.com/startupedmonton. We're thrilled to help you develop stories about Edmonton's startup communities, companies and founders. 

For press and commercial filming requests, please review our Film Use Guidelines

Media Requests: Stephanie Enders, Manager | stephanie@startupedmonton.com

Before founding Granify, I was CEO of two other technology companies between 2002 and 2008. The level of readily available support for startup and growth stage entrepreneurs is truly night and day between then and now. Startup Edmonton has been the major driver of this change.”
— Jeff Lawrence, Founder/CEO, Granify