We believe in the power of community to create a more inclusive diverse equitable accessible world.

We are a community of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour pursuing entrepreneurship and innovation in Canada.

Our vision is a world where BIPOC are at the forefront of entrepreneurship and innovation.

A Black entrepreneur speaks to a room of BIPOC entrepreneurs

We're on a mission to improve the wellbeing of BIPOC by supporting them to start build  accelerate  high-growth and high-value companies in emerging industries.

We live by our values.

Lead with Love

We do what we love. We love what we do. We love the people we do it with. We commit to the well-being of our community unconditionally.

Nurture Community

Nurture Community

We strive to build a sense of belonging for all while fostering authentic and intentional relationships.

Demonstrate Inclusive Leadership

Demonstrate Inclusive Leadership

We take action and challenge the status quo. We foster change through collaboration and connection. We are learning to lead from all sides.

Practice Creativity

Practice Creativity

We are willing to invent something new. We connect new ideas with existing ways of being.

We believe in building a sense of ownership for us. by us.

Our Staff

Our team is building the tools to help entrepreneurs and professionals like you access everything you need to succeed.

Board Members

Board members are steering Tribe towards a sustainable future and making sure we have adequate resources to advance our mission.


Our talented team of advisors support us as we develop and implement programs and opportunities for our community members.

Our partners trust us.

Nessy Thomas

Artist & Entrepreneur

“Working with Tribe Network influenced me to pursue my passion as a full-time creative entrepreneur. Through Tribe, I have connected with other BIPOC entrepreneurs and leaders, and found opportunities I may not have found elsewhere.”

Scott Balfour

President & CEO, Emera

“By helping to provide resources and support that have historically been lacking for BIPOC entrepreneurs and community leaders, together we can shape a region that is more diverse, equitable and inclusive.”

Yohan Peiris

IDEA fellow & Founder at Renewly Solar

“I’m happy to have found a BIPOC community for entrepreneurs and honoured to be a part of the first Tribe Network IDEA Fellowship.”

Martha Casey

CEO, Volta

“I am inspired by Tribe’s tenacity and commitment to meaningful inclusion, and I have already started to see a positive shift in engagement and trust. I know that the incredible team will continue to build this community across Canada, and beyond!”

Find your Tribe

Join our network to connect with BIPOC entrepreneurs, innovators, and professionals across Canada.