Humber, Seneca partner with GISDC to create entrepreneurship incubation hub in Maldives

November 20, 2020
Humber College and Seneca College have partnered with Global Innovation & Skills Development Canada (GISDC) through the Humber-Seneca Polytechnic Partnership (HSPP) to create an entrepreneurship incubation hub in Maldives. The hub is part of the Maldives Enhancing Employability and Resilience of Youth (MEERY) project and will focus on providing opportunities to youth and female entrepreneurs. The incubation hub will provide coaching, mentorship, and business expertise, and will support new venture development and improve talent retention. “This incubation hub is a great example of how the HSPP showcases the strengths of each of our institutions as we collaborate on important initiatives that create opportunities for youth in Canada and internationally,” said Seneca President David Agnew. Cision (ON)