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Canadian Association of Business Incubation

The Canadian Association of Business Incubation (CABI) is a national body of member organizations dedicated to supporting the growth of new and early-stage businesses. Members of the association are committed to supporting the success of business and technology incubators and their clients.
The mission of CABI is to advance the success of incubators and their clients, to enhance the knowledge and skills of industry professionals and to promote a better understanding of business incubation’s role in economic development.
CABI is Canada’s “Voice of Business Incubation.”


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Aims of the association
The Canadian Association of Business Incubation, (CABI) is a federally incorporated not-for-profit membership association whose members are dedicated to creating employment and economic activity in Canada through the development of successful enterprises supported by the Business Incubation Industry. Incubation programs in Canada help to diversify economies, commercialize technologies, create jobs and build wealth. CABI's main goal is to produce successful graduates; business that are financially viable and freestanding when they leave the incubator, usually in two to three years.
Mailing address The association is member / partner of
Address: Street 1071 King Street West, Suite 537

International Business Innovation Association
City: Toronto
Post code: M6K 3K2
Country: Canada
Contact
Telephone: +1-416-3459937 Send mail:
Telefax: +1-416-3459044 Web site: www.cabi.ca
  
  Ms. Tim Ellis
President

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  Mr. Ed Hobbs
Chair

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  Mr. Moscoula Mallis
Corporate Secretary

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Registration and Classification
Registration date:1991 Geographical coverage:national
Registration place:Ontario Type of the association:formal
Beginning of operation:1991
Membership
Ordinary members: Associate, affiliate, supporting members:
business incubators
technology / innovation centers
business & innovation centers
science / technology parks
business support centers
economic development agencies
universities, higher education institutions
small and medium companies
research institutes
large companies
technology transfer agencies
Number of members Possible types of membership
Full (regular) members: 125 personal
Associate members: 25
Membership criteria
CABI's membership constitutes mainly incubator managers and developers, however professionals, educators and other interested parties from the public and private sectors are also encouraged to join.
Members
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