Companies

Innovacorp is lucky to work with many of Nova Scotia’s most promising start-ups. On this page you'll find all the companies in our investment portfolio and those that reside at our facilities. You can filter them by the type of support we’re providing them (e.g., investment and/or incubation), the facility where they’re based, and the sector they’re in.

We’re also always working with several dozen other start-ups through our acceleration initiatives. You can find out about many of those companies by checking out the main website pages for programs like Innovacorp Accelerate, GreenShoots, Start-Up Visa and the Early Stage Commercialization Program.

Bright
Investment

Technology for organizations to provide virtual and live wellness classes for their employees

B-Line
Investment, Clean Technology

AI-powered contact tracing and facility management platform

BioPolyNet
Investment, Clean Technology

Technology for the design of biopolymers that can control the behaviour of solids in water

Carbide
Investment, Information & Communications Technology

Platform to make enterprise-class security, privacy and compliance accessible to fast-growing organizations

Bluelight Analytics
Investment, Life Sciences

Clinical insights and custom reporting that helps dentists perform restorations that last

CacheFlo
Investment

Software to help people simplify their finances

CarbonCure Technologies
Investment, Clean Technology

Technology for the concrete industry that introduces recycled CO₂ into fresh concrete to reduce its carbon footprint without compromising performance

Dash Hudson
Investment, Information & Communications Technology

Visual marketing software-as-a-service that helps brands increase engagement on social media

Cellufuel
Investment, Clean Technology

Technology to produce synthetic renewable fuels from the forest

Fe Pharmaceuticals
Incubation, Life Sciences, The Labs at Innovacorp

Iron-binding molecules that selectively sequester and shield the iron needed by pathogenic microbes for their growth during infection