Program leverages City resources to add clout as companies build a story for their product launch
Federal government chipping in $7.7 million over five years to support ReMAP network
Finalists for up to $25,000 in start-up money include a hardware interface that’s built like Lego, real-time machine monitoring, a corporate purchasing application and well integrity predictor for oil & gas
The money supports “cutting-edge” research equipment, laboratories and the tools that fuel tomorrow’s innovation
Western Innovation Initiative will provide repayable funding to help get products to market
Previous winners include Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Mark Zuckerberg, Jonathan Ive and David Karp
Group highlights Canada’s need to improve adoption of new technology, saying Canadian start-up companies can thrive at home if they get better support
Often the best and most original ideas come from people who can see the task from an unencumbered perspective.
Financing will be used to bring the technology to market in the next 18 months
The Nova Scotia CleanTech Open, launched this week, is an international competition to find and fund high-potential, early-stage clean technology companies.