Not much . . . “The Alberta Investor Tax Credit is said to be worth $90 million over two years, but the government has yet to announce specific details about how it will work. That information will come “later this year,” according to the budget documents.”
Seedups Canada and ATB Financial have teamed up to host Art of the Pitch a virtual event on Shindig Wednesday, April 20, 2016 at 4:00 PM MDT. The event features Alex Raczenko, who may hold a record for “number of pitches reviewed” after many years at Innovate Calgary as Entrepreneur in Residence helping entrepreneurs craft winning … More Art of the Pitch
Stand up and be counted 😉 Be sure to respond to Alberta Enterprise Tech Survey
November 25, 2015; Stockholm, Sweden: UBI Global, a thought leader in performance analysis of business incubation around the world, recognized Calgary University Tech incubator “Innovate Calgary” ranking it sixth among global peers. UBI Global benchmarks over 400 incubation programs in 70 countries. Innovate Calgary is the technology transfer and business incubation centre for the University … More Global Recognition for Calgary Tech Incubator
Alberta places 15th among the 26 comparator jurisdictions and earns a “C” grade on the overall innovation report card. … More Where Does Alberta Rank on Innovation?
When: Thursday, November 19, 2015 from 6:00 – 11:00 pm Where: Ross Glen Hall in the Roderick Mah Centre for Continuous Learning at Mount Royal University, 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW, Calgary, AB Launch Party is featuring special guest Carly Gloge, the co-founder of Smart Toy (previously Ubooly Inc), which was sold to XI in … More Launch Party 2015: Celebrate Entrepreneurship & Innovation in Calgary’s Startup Community
Geoffrey Morgan in the National Post on October 15, 2015 . . . “”Like previous premiers in Alberta, Rachel Notley introduces panel on economic diversification” and goes on to explain . . . ” Executives from two of Alberta’s largest and most entrenched industries – oil production and power generation – will sit on a new … More Premier Notley, we’ve seen this movie before. It’s dull and doesn’t end well.
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