Innovation fosters a thriving middle class and opens the country to new economic, social and environmental possibilities. It creates good jobs and improves the quality of life of all Canadians. With support from the Government of Canada, Mariner Partners, Inc. is developing an innovative new solution to address a gap in the rapidly changing communications industry.
Their employees don’t wear jackets that sport company logos. They don’t ship products in trucks or containers that bear the company name or have signs on buildings named after them. They work in relative obscurity but have a large impact nonetheless. They’re the province’s IT companies that employ more than 4,500 people provincewide.
A Canadian-made wellness platform is helping students at the University of Alberta become more aware of and engaged in their own mental health.
In this this webinar you will learn
- What are the best paid channels a B2B Marketer can use for Customer Acquisitions?
- How can you create engaging Ad copy to get the attention of your buyers?
- How can you target your prospects across the buyer journey?
- How to leverage Behavioral Intent Data to build Facebook/LinkedIn custom audiences.
- How to discover and target leads not on your digitally owned properties with advertising campaigns for sales follow up.
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From October 17th-19th at Startup Canada Day on the Hill, nearly 2,000 entrepreneurs,innovators, Industry Leaders, Startup Canada Community Leaders, and government decision-makers convened in Ottawa to apply an entrepreneurial lens to policy and raise the bar for Canada as a globally competitive innovation nation.
The University of Miami Counseling Center announced Oct. 26 that they will be offering a new online service for students 一 WellTrack, an interactive self-help and therapy app that will allow students to receive counseling on the go.
Smart Skin Technologies, award-winning manufacturer of pressure sensing container devices and analytics used by global brands in beverage, food production and pharmaceutical industries, recently closed a Canadian $3.1 million strategic investment led by SCHOTT AG.
When William Zhou founded his startup, Chalk, in 2012, he made a classic founder’s mistake. “I decided, ‘let’s build some product,’ because that’s all I knew,” he says.