Startup Edmonton

Come Join Our Team!

Come Join Our Team!

Do you have a passion for entrepreneurship and seeing companies grow in Edmonton? Are you interested in being part of diversifying the Edmonton economy?

 The Startup Edmonton Community Coordinator will be the first point of contact for individuals looking to engage with Startup Edmonton and the broader tech/innovation community. This role will be passionate about connecting entrepreneurs with supports that best suit their tech-enabled companies' needs. This resourceful individual will actively reach out to the community to build awareness about Startup Edmonton, share what’s happening in the Edmonton tech community and identify access to supports.  

 At Startup Edmonton we connect entrepreneurs and product builders with skills, community and space to support them as they take ideas to reality. We create collisions – between developers, designers, makers, founders and mentors – and deliver programs that transform ideas into companies.  Startup Edmonton is 14,000 square feet of program, community and co-working space at the historic Mercer Warehouse.

 We are looking for a passionate individual who is enthusiastic about building the startup community and helping entrepreneurs find success.

Facebook Live - Chat with Tiffany

Facebook Live - Chat with Tiffany

Tiffany Linke-Boyko is our CEO and an incredible champion of our city's startup and technology communities. A few weeks ago, she sat down with Bryan to chat about how she started with Startup Edmonton, what she's up to, and what happens here day-to-day. 

In addition to her work as CEO, Tiffany is one of the mentors you can access through our Preflight program or as a Space member. She provides excellent insight on operations strategy, investor pitch prep, and any pressing questions you have on how to build and manage a team. 

Take a few minutes to hear all about Tiffany's journey and how all the different programs, events, and supports that we offer fit into the larger goal - helping even more founders as they start and grow tech-enabled companies.  

Be sure to listen to the end to hear what the most common mistakes she sees founders make!