Too much off Atlantic Canada is off the grid.

Here's what's being done about it.

Daniella Degrace is CEO and co-founder of ProcedureFlow, a knowledge management software platform that makes complex information and procedures more visual and easier to follow.

Innovators are shaping the future of Atlantic Canada

(Spoiler alert: the future looks good)

22 exciting technovations made right here.

Silicon Valley, eat your heart out.

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Can Atlantic Canada survive the transition to a green economy? That’s one of the questions Amit Virmani, the founder and CEO of Naveco Power Inc. - a renewable energy company based in Fredericton, New Brunswick - answers in this episode of Take 5 with the Top 50 CEOs. Virmani also shares his experiences as an Avon representative and explains why failure is an unavoidable side effect of being an entrepreneur. See below for the full interview. In each episode of Atlantic Business Magazine’s Take 5 with the Top 50 CEOs video series, we ask five questions of a 2020 Top
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A growing tech sector in Atlantic Canada is spurring demand for computer science and computer engineering graduates. But those new companies and products won’t go far without world-class sales techniques. “Sales is a science and an art form. And let me tell you, it is one of the most in-demand skills in Atlantic Canada right now,” TechImpact CEO Cathy Simpson recently told an audience of entrepreneurs in the region. “You can have a great product, but if you don’t know how to talk about it and if you haven’t figured out how to go global over time, then it’s probably going
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Crisp air, with the clear feel of the terrain beneath your skis as you shift side to side, taking in the outdoors… and with a squeeze of a handle under your glove, you go just a little faster. It’s been a long and winding trail, and Roshell Industries has powered through. The start-up launched by Labradorian Donna Paddon and millwright-turned-inventor Jim Maidment is headed into regular production on the Skizee, motorized ski machine. It all comes after years of intense, early attention to prototypes and then a couple of years that included settling details for manufacturing. The company is now
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Farmers in Canada would benefit as a direct result of any mass cull of mink in Denmark. However, Nova Scotia Mink Breeders Association president Matt Moses says the industry globally would be poorer for that loss. A plan to kill up to 17 million mink in a mass cull on farms in Denmark, the world’s largest mink fur producer, was announced earlier this month. It has hit up against fierce objections, with Reuters reporting this week the government is being challenged on the legality of its order. From a market perspective, the removal of the dominant Danish stock is expected
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The technology sector in Newfoundland and Labrador has been punching well above its weight for many years now.  The sector requires massive collaboration efforts to have companies like Verafin, Mysa, Genoa Design, Kraken Robotics and Celtx make international headlines and hire teams with hundreds of employees. The myth of the lonely entrepreneur building their business in isolation without any