The aim of this research is to map, using network theory, the entrepreneurial ecosystems in St. John's and Corner Brook. Interest in entrepreneurial ecosystems has grown profoundly as successful regions have shown that high levels and intensity of support to entrepreneurs is an effective regional development strategy. Arguably, an entrepreneurship centered development strategy would begin by mapping the ecosystem of entrepreneurial activity in a region. Specifically, we will identify the actors in each ecosystem, map their knowledge seeking activity, knowledge flows/linkages and activities among them, and analyze these to better understand their dynamics with a view to suggesting improvements to actors and other stakeholders in the entrepreneurial community. Overall this work will lead to a deep micro-level understanding of the nature and extent of the ecosystems in St. John's and Corner Brook. The insights provided will be enhanced by comparability with other studies across the Atlantic region. In particular, this work will build on that of Dr. Ellen Farrell who has mapped Nova Scotia's ecosystem, and has plans to map ecosystems in other provinces. This will allow recommendations for strengthening the two ecosystems based on comparison to another Atlantic region(s).See the full report here.