Founded by Jay McNeil in fall 2017, Full Plate Care is a grocery shopping, delivery and in-home preparation service for those aging in place. The company won $31,250 in start-up funding through Innovacorp’s 2017 Spark Innovation Challenge. It was also a finalist in Shift Challenge, run by Innovacorp and the Nova Scotia Department of Seniors in March 2018.
Find out how you can land your first sale and get your innovation tested by the federal government!
Join Jim DeLeskie, founder of Mimir Networks, for a light breakfast and an overview of internet threats facing small businesses.
If you’ve ever thought about starting a software company, or a software project in your company, this is the event for you. What’s a software project you might ask? It can include any software development, from designing a product to creating an app.
If you’re looking to improve your interview skills either as a job seeker or a hiring manager, then this is the workshop for you.
After working at a summer camp for people with cognitive and physical disabilities, Rebecca Dunphy identified a void in the market. While taking campers on outings, Rebecca realized that ensuring spaces are accessible doesn’t have to mean a total retrofit for a building. Through this realization, the social enterprise RampAge was born.
Innovacorp is pleased to be a partner of Innovation Rounds: Seeing Through the Eardrum - A new microscope for middle ear visualization on April 4.
Nova Scotia Business Inc., in partnership with Venn Innovation and with support from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, is excited to bring world-leading intelligence expert, Jonathan Calof, to Nova Scotia for an introductory session on an exciting, new program designed to help you develop market insights for your business.
In 2017, the global medical device field was a $389 billion market (not including stem cell technologies and other biological therapeutics and diagnostics). The health care industry consumes about 14-18 per cent of the gross domestic product in the US (very similar in Canada at 10-12 per cent), and is one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing industries.
On Monday, March 12, Startup Canada - Halifax will host an event on funding and support options for start-ups. The event will feature presentations from BDC, ACOA, Futurpreneur, Innovacorp, the NRC Concierge Service, and more, covering the support they offer start-ups and available funding options. These organizations are key players in funding and support areas.