More venture capital will be available to technology start-up companies in Nova Scotia and the rest of Atlantic Canada with the creation of two private-sector venture capital funds.
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. Our insiders will present their companies, discuss the issues and problems they overcame, and share their future plans.
Strategy is often thought of as being only of interest to large companies and largely as an academic pursuit.
In this 60-minute session, Permjot Valia will discuss a model of strategy that he's found highly useful in his 20 years of experience in advising start-ups. Permjot advises all start-ups to do a deep dive and think about the lessons that can be drawn from this strategy session before they begin any mentoring program.
The training will focus on:
DM-Density personalized breast density reporting software will be offered via vendor neutral artificial intelligence distribution platform
Advanced breast imaging analytics provider, Densitas, today announced that it now offers its automated breast density software through EnvoyAI’s scalable distribution platform to facilitate streamlined deployment of its flagship product within hospital networks and clinics. The software, DM-Density, helps radiologists provide tailored, patient-specific follow-up care.
Appili Therapeutics Inc. (the “Company” or “Appili”), an anti-infective drug development company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ian C. Mortimer to its board of directors.
Advanced breast imaging analytics provider, Densitas, is deploying its breast density software at clinics and hospitals throughout Canada. The software, DM-Density, helps radiologists provide high-quality personalized follow-up care to women.
“We’re excited to see our innovations provide on-demand information about women’s breast health,” said Mohamed Abdolell, CEO of Densitas. “Radiologists are able to use our technology with existing hospital picture archiving and communication systems to process standard digital mammograms and measure breast density.”
Helping Cape Breton start-ups grow stronger, faster.
Four high potential Nova Scotia medical technology companies have been selected to participate in the inaugural cohort of Innovacorp’s MedTech Accelerate Program.
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.
Innovacorp's CEO Malcolm will be acting as moderator for a panel discussion with a representative from J Labs, Mo from Densitas and Kevin from Appili.
A marine technology company in Halifax is receiving $40,000 to further develop its SEA-Stab mooring connector for challenging environments.
The company, Enginuity, is one of 27 businesses receiving funding and mentorship through Innovacorp’s ocean technology and clean technology acceleration programs this fall.