Minister pledges funds for clean tech in ManitobaNews,
Federal Industry Minister Navdeep Bains is in Winnipeg this week to, among other things, financially backstop a number of Manitoba economic development organizations to help them develop the western Canadian clean technology sector.
North Forge tackles kids' literacyNews,
Company offers funding, support to help develop innovative programs
CALL FOR IDEAS AIMS AT IMPROVING EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN MANITOBANews,
North Forge Technology Exchange and the Province of Manitoba want residents and innovators to pitch ideas on how to improve early childhood education in the province. North Forge president Jeff Ryzner made the announcement at Winnipeg’s Millennium…READ MORE
Start Me UpNews,
North Forge East promotes entrepreneurship in Pinawa
Ramp Up Weekend 2017 WinnersNews,
Ramp Up Weekend gives Manitoba entrepreneurs a chance to develop their own startup in just 55 hours, and this year’s action-packed event didn’t disappoint.
Pitch Perfect - Ramp Up Weekend gives entrepreneurs time to shineNews,
On Sunday evening, more than a dozen new businesses created over the course of the previous 55 hours will make their final pitch to judges in the 10th iteration of Ramp Up Weekend and it will be open to the public for the first time.
Local AI-focused firm to double in size with powerful investmentNews,
Invenia, the Winnipeg company that has built a machine-learning system that optimizes power grids across North America, has landed the largest investment yet from the only venture capital firm dedicated exclusively to artificial intelligence.
Online Raffle Tech a Game ChangerNews,
Funding Change partners Nick Tenszen (from left), Daniel Majors and Ian Smith have benefited from angel investors including David Asper.
Winnipeg tech sector forges aheadNews,
As if on cue, there were some amazing examples this week of why the Silicon Valley online tech magazine, TechCrunch, recently wrote that Winnipeg’s tech sector was a model for other communities.
New app launching in Winnipeg to make locals feel like touristsNews,
Arturo Orellana is launching Culture Card app on March 24 that will help people get out and go to events more often to make the most of Winnipeg.