New Venture Development Scholarship

Pinsky Law Office
December 31, 2024

Pinsky Law supports, and provides its services to, entrepreneurs and startup companies. Establishing and operating a new venture is challenging and requires commitment of substantial financial resources. Founders of a new venture must be personally and financially committed to their startup business. Many entrepreneurs mortgage their homes, cash RRSP, and use credit cards to finance the initial operations of the new venture. Access to these sources of capital may be critical to the startup, but these resources come at a high emotional and financial cost.

To assist driven, up-and-coming, entrepreneurs who are committed to building their startup businesses, Pinsky Law Office set up the New Venture Development Scholarship.

How to Apply

In order to be eligible for the CAD$3,000 New Venture Development Scholarship, the applicants must meet the criteria outlined below:

  • Must be enrolled in Canada or overseas in a university (undergraduate/graduate programme) or community/professional college;

  • Must be in good standing with the university or community/professional college they attend;

  • Must apply via email by providing their full name, full mailing address, name of the university/college, major academic specialization, and expected date of graduation;

  • Submit by the deadline, via email in PDF format, a business plan for the current or prospective business which includes a section outlining taxation and intellectual property strategy for the new venture.

To apply for the New Venture Development Scholarship,send, in PDF format, a copy of a business plan for your existing or prospective business, along with the information outlined in the scholarship criteria below. Pinsky Law is a business, taxation, and intellectual property law firm, and therefore require the applicants to include in their business plan a section outlining taxation and intellectual property strategy for their business.

Applications will be judged on the basis of strength of their business plan and taxation, and intellectual property strategy. A winner will be selected by January 31. All submissions should be made via email to scholarship[at]pinskylawoffice[dot]ca.

All business plans submitted for the New Venture Development Scholarship will be treated as strictly confidential.