Janine Hubbard is a phychologist who works with children in St. John’s, N.L. Video calls are here to stay. Here’s how to make them better You’re coming out of your work Zoom meeting like a champ, having laid out all the ways you made progress …

In pre-pandemic times—ah, remember them?—the startup ecosystem in Atlantic Canada seemed to be unstoppable: explosive growth, record-breaking investments and seemingly endless innovation. Did the global health emergency slow that breakneck pace of development? Not quite. “These kinds of disruptions create opportunity as much as they …

12 best practices to build gender diversity in your company Over the past year, a trio of Atlantic Canadians have been quietly preparing a call to action on gender diversity and inclusion. Now, entrepreneur/co-creator of Rival & Queen podcast Sarah Murphy together with Sequence Bio’s …

Members of the St. John’s tech sector gathered at CoLab’s new offices in November to hear what the founders learned from Y Combinator. Here, CoLab co-founder Jeremy Andrews shares some key insights. (Photo Sam Russell) Welcome to the new Newfoundland economy? After five successful years …

Mike Bannister has been a Hacking Health organizer and mentor in St. John’s, N.L. for about four years Opportunity abounds for Atlantic med-tech entrepreneurs “I’m not trying to scare you away with all of this,” says Brett Vokey, standing in front of about 20 young …

Investors and regional tech successes share their thoughts on what Atlantic Canada needs to advance its innovation game to the next level

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