Building out a replicable sales organization and process that can be successful today and scale for tomorrow.
Malcolm Fraser is president and CEO of Innovacorp, based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. In this role, Malcolm oversees Innovacorp’s work to find, fund and foster innovative Nova Scotia start-ups that strive to change the world.
Malcolm joined Innovacorp in October 2017. He was a leader in Canada’s digital sector for the previous 20 years, earning recognition and awards for innovation, management and community leadership.
Helping move Nova Scotia university, college and university-affiliated hospital research to market.
Fuel for blue and green technology start-ups approaching investment readiness.
Technology entrepreneurs in Halifax will soon have more support at Volta Labs through funding from Innovacorp.
Business Minister Geoff MacLellan announced an investment of $500,000 in the Halifax-based technology hub today, Sept. 12.
"Expanding Volta’s programming is an investment in entrepreneurship and in this province's future,” said Mr. MacLellan. “This funding will help more technology entrepreneurs develop the skills they need to turn good business ideas into successful companies. Ultimately, that means more jobs and opportunity for young Nova Scotians."
You can watch a stream of this session on our YouTube channel. Rapid advances in technology are reshaping the ocean sectors. From big data processing and real-time communications to high-quality instruments and sensors, ocean technologies are creating great promise for better understanding, managing and benefiting from our aquatic environments. In many cases, women are leading that charge.
Momentum and Twitter Canada have partnered to host a #PitchTweet competition in Cape Breton. This event is the first of its kind in Canada. The competition is open to the world, with two winners to be awarded - one locally and one globally.
Beginning this fall, companies across Atlantic Canada will have the opportunity to learn from world-renowned competitive intelligence expert, Jonathan Calof, through a series of workshops.
Like quantum physics.
Jordan sweats the small stuff.
Like quantum physics.
QRA’s co-founder and CEO Jordan Kyriakidis and his team build software that analyzes the designs of some of the most complex engineering systems in the world – think jet planes, self-driving cars, power plants.
With a $2-million backing from Lockheed Martin for R&D, Jordan established QRA to turn the work done in his lab into tools that can detect design flaws before a machine is built.