Get your START here!

Have a tech startup and looking to take it to the next level? Here’s your chance. Applications for our START Cohort 6 are now open.

Our START program is a three-month, pre-revenue tech accelerator program designed to help you take your minimum viable product to the next level. This program is geared towards early stage tech founders with diverse backgrounds + experience from all across Saskatchewan. And the best part, it’s free to apply and participate.

Group of people attending a Cultivator workshop

START Cohort 6 begins in February 2022 and will run evenings + weekends to accommodate founders who may not be working full-time on their projects, with both virtual and in-person programming.  Those selected to be a part of START cohort 6, will be provided access to coaching and mentorship, product development, customer discovery, team building support, investor readiness + raising capital, and much more., throughout the course of the program.

Hyon's Kristy Ehman pitching her company in front of a crowd

At the end of three months, START founders will pitch their companies to a panel of judges at a Demo Day event as an opportunity to gain insightful feedback from industry experts and for a chance to win up to $10,000 to help fuel their growth. 

START Cohort 6 timelines

  • Jan 2022: Cohort applications and selection. Deadline to apply Jan. 14
  • Week of Feb. 28, 2022: Cohort 6 kick off
  • March – May 2022: Programming
  • June 2022: Demo Day

Why Cultivator? 

  • To-date we’ve incubated over 70 companies including memoryKPR, myComply, Precision AI, SolusGuard, Prairie Robotics, Beautiful Mood, and more.
  • We have connections to 100s of mentors, industry experts and investors, all looking to help you succeed in growing your company.
  • Cultivator companies to-date have generated a combined total of $12.9 million and created over 300 jobs.


START cohort 6 applications are now closed.  Follow us on social to keep up to date on the latest things happening at Cultivator including when the next START Cohort intake will be.

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