Nova Scotia's startup community is booming and today's entrepreneurs have some great examples of homegrown start-up success to look up to! On January 10, Startup Canada, in partnership with Startup Halifax, will bring some of these successful entrepreneurs together. Hear about their ups, downs and lessons learned in this celebration of Nova Scotia's most successful start-ups.
Innovacorp is pleased to be a partner of Innovation Rounds - Innovation in Breast Imaging: Augmented Intelligence (A.I.) for Precise Health - Separating Rhetoric from Reality on December 14.
Instead of having one speaker for the month of December, we decided to open the stage to you. We want to update our podcast favourites list and we're asking for your help. Join us for some pizza and beer and share your favourite podcast with the group. Give us a little background about the podcast and why you love it!
Strategy is often thought of as being only of interest to large companies and largely as an academic pursuit.
Our friends from J Labs in Toronto will be in town later this month, and are hosting an evening event in Halifax.
Come out and learn more about JLABS & how you can be a part of the ecosystem! After the presentation on Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS, hear a panel discussion on the life science ecosystem in Canada.
Join us for lunch at Navigate Startup House on Friday, November 17, 2017, to meet our new president and CEO, Malcolm Fraser, and hear what’s been going on with Innovacorp’s Momentum initiative.
Please join us in Dartmouth tomorrow, Wednesday, November 15, to learn which start-ups are participating in Innovacorp’s ocean technology and clean technology acceleration programs this fall.
Join us Thursday evening to meet and celebrate the winners of Spark Cape Breton's most recent cohort. This was a big year for Spark as it was the first time that the competition was run province-wide, with four zones, Spark West, Spark North, Spark Halifax and Spark Cape Breton. Innovacorp received 23 submissions in Spark Cape Breton.
Despite what the Tinder-loving media might have you believe, the most common way to meet someone is in real life — namely, through friends. Consider us your friend, and match-maker of sorts, who wants to introduce you to your next potential employer or employee.
Every founder can relate to the challenges of conceiving, nurturing and (especially) funding a start-up. Life sciences founders know this struggle all too well – in particular, those seeking venture capital in Canada. Even stories from Canadian companies with the biggest exits include tales of woe from their early days.