This content was developed as part of the Google GO NORTH Technology Summit. Go North is a talent initiative spearheaded by Google Canada and a number of Canada’s innovation centres to amplify the tech community’s concerns to policymakers and connect tech talent abroad with scaling Canadian startups. While celebrating success stories, Go North wants to ensure that future generations of Canadian innovators can continue to build next-generation companies that will create the jobs of tomorrow.
In 2008, the University of Waterloo launched the Velocity Residence, a dorm for students who are interested in entrepreneurship and want to be immersed in its culture while working on business projects. The popularity of the program quickly outgrew capacity, and in successive years, Velocity expanded its programming to meet the evolving needs of entrepreneurs.
TORONTO, Sept. 29, 2016 /CNW/ - Ten more Ontario start-ups have joined the ranks of a successful first-to-market incubator for companies looking to make the most of opportunities in China thanks to a partnership between Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) and the China Canada Angels Alliance (CCAA).