Company appoints industry veteran, Rene Leclerc, to its leadership team to boost sales and visibility for the Levitation Knee Brace
Two innovative Nova Scotia businesses are partnering with GE Canada to bring new technology products and services to market faster.
TruLeaf is pleased to announce that its president & CEO, Gregg Curwin, has been given the Clean50 award by Delta Management Group, for developing and scaling TruLeaf’s Smart Plant System.
The following blog post is from Greg Phipps, our managing director of venture capital investment here at Innovacorp.
Lately I’ve noticed a number of start-up founders and entrepreneurs in the Canadian ecosystem launch a second and even third company. Not as serial entrepreneurs (consecutive start-ups) — they've chosen to start and build multiple companies, at the same time!
We’re looking for the best early stage technology companies in western Nova Scotia. If that’s you, tell us about your venture.
You could win up to $50,000 in cash to put your idea into action and business guidance from somebody who’s been there, done that.
Spark West is now open for submissions! Entering is easy. Simply submit a business summary by Tuesday, October 11, 2016, at 5:00 pm AST.
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Seven new technology companies in Cape Breton have been named winners in the 2016 Spark Cape Breton Innovation Challenge.
Five high potential Nova Scotia clean technology companies have been selected to participate in the inaugural cohort of Innovacorp’s CleanTech Accelerate Program (CTAP).
Fifty-six Nova Scotia companies are getting a boost to their innovation and productivity with expertise and services from the province's universities and colleges.
We received 152 applications from small and medium-sized businesses across Nova Scotia for this year’s Productivity and Innovation Voucher Program.
The competing companies ran the gamut – from beer suds and beehives, to hydrophones and biomedical devices.