ventureLAB is so much more than just a coworking space, providing a hybrid offer of membership options to build your company and a community tailored to support high tech companies. Whether virtually or in-person, the ventureLAB Innovation Space is the community to grow your venture.
Interested in becoming a tenant or member? Join now.
Becoming an innovation hub member is by far the fastest way to plug into the innovative tech community at ventureLAB and meet the demands of the changing workforce. Take advantage of our open space for collaboration and networking, opportunities to showcase your business, and leverage all the benefits and perks we have available.
50,000 sq ft workspace
Workspace via CDMN Passport*
Secure high speed internet
Free print, scan and copy*
Conference rooms equipped with whiteboard and AV equipment
Hybrid meeting rooms with resources and tools to support seamless hybrid team meetings.
State-of-the-art Hardware Lab**
*offered to tenants only
** offered at a discounted rate
ventureLAB’s Innovation Space has a variety of meeting and event rooms available for single or multi-day use. Rooms are ideally suited for board meetings, workshops, seminars, large scale events, and networking. Room capacity and availability is dependent on COVID-19 policies and procedures.
As an Innovation Space tenant, meeting rooms* are available free of charge (up to 40 hours per month) or to Innovation Hub members at a discounted rate. The Innovation Space is also available for public access. Request to rent a space here.
*IBM Auditorium not included
Capacity: 2 to 6
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Andrew Klotz, Co-founder, Beyond Media
Anne Genge, CEO, Alexio Corporation
“ventureLAB is the only innovation hub that gives B2B tech companies startup-friendly access to a top-tier facility in the GTA. Having access to a professional office space and meetings rooms makes it that much easier to convert enterprise customers.”
Karen Wong, Founder & CEO, ACE POS Solutions Ltd.
No, however, interested companies do need to apply for membership. Please click here to apply or contact us for more information.
Yes, guests and team members without access badges can be signed in to attend meetings and events, according to guest rights as per tenancy/membership agreement.
Yes. Tenants receive 40 hours of free meeting room space per month and members receive 40% off room bookings. To book space in the evenings or on weekends, speak with the Innovation Space team at least three weeks prior to your event.
Some benefits include a 40% discount to meeting rooms, access to the onsite collaboration zone, mail service, 24/7 badge access, and access to the Innovation Space’s online community. For more information and benefits, please contact us.
Some benefits include 24/7 badge access, free access to meeting rooms (up to 40 hours per month), partner benefits, workspace via the CDMN passport program, guest sign-in privileges, dedicated or hot desk workspace, and access to the collaboration zone. For more information about tenant benefits, contact us.
Yes, tenants and members are encouraged to use this as their company address and have mail sent here.
If you’re unsure of whether you qualify for a membership or tenancy, please contact us and we would be happy to review the eligibility criteria or help you find a location that best suits your needs. You can also review our tenancy application here or our membership application for more details.
Yes – tenant and member badge holders are welcome to access the Innovation Space and their workspace at any time. Effective August 4th, ventureLAB entered Phase 1 of the Return to Office framework, which also allows for a limited reopening of the space to the public and guests (via guest sign in). If you have questions about ventureLAB’s COVID-19 policies, please contact the Innovation Space team for ventureLAB’s Return to Office plan, policies and procedures are subject to change pending government and public health guidelines.
ventureLAB’s Return to Office plan, policies and procedures are subject to change pending government and public health guidelines.