TORONTO (Reuters) – Toronto’s tech school could soon be offering a $1,000 discount for anyone who attends an introductory session for a two-week training program.TTC Technical Education is offering a three-week boot camp for people who want to get their feet wet in the startup world.
It also has a $15,000 cash offer for those who take on a $20,000 equity stake in the company.
It has about 1,000 people working for the company, which was founded by former Cisco CEO Brad Feld in 2014 and aims to help people start a tech startup.
Tethers is a Toronto-based tech start-up, one of the most successful startups in the world.TTFE, a division of the Toronto Stock Exchange, said the program would run from March 1 to April 30.
It will be run at three Toronto schools: The University of Toronto, University of Guelph, and Toronto Tech School.
The program was developed by Feld and his wife, Joanne.
The Felds had previously launched their own start-ups.
The company is a subsidiary of Toronto-listed firm Wipro, which also develops software.