Innovators: OA

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Apply to Genesis Evolution Fall 2017

by Admin on August 28, 2017

The Fall 2017 cohort of the Genesis Evolution program is about to get underway! Do you or someone you know see things differently and have a technology business idea to take to the next level?
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Request for Proposals

by Admin on August 8, 2017

A Strategy for the Atlantic Canadian Ocean Technology Sector for a Long-Term Sector-Specific Export Development Plan.   OceansAdvance invites suitably qualified consultancy firms ("Consultants") to respond to this Request for Proposal ("RFP") for the provision of A multi-year International Business Development Strategy ("Strategy") to support pan-Atlantic Ocean Technology firms in their efforts to increase exports of products and services.    Read more.

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John Risley & Brendan Paddick: Innovation & Supporting Small Business

by Admin on July 27, 2017

OceansAdvance, in partnership with the Genesis Centre, hosted a public event: Yarns & Networking for Innovation week. It featured John Risley from Halifax, Nova Scotia who is President of Clearwater Fine Foods Incorporated (CFFI) a diversified holding company operating internationally. The primary assets are controlling stakes in Clearwater Seafood Inc. and Columbus Communications; a provider of network services and cable TV. Read more.

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First International Agreement

by Admin on July 26, 2017

On behalf of The Town of Holyrood , CAO Gary Corbett wishes to announce:   Holyrood has signed its first ever international agreement in the Oceans Holyrood Initiative – shortly thereafter, it had the occasion to sign a second.    We are  excited by the economic potential for our Town
Holyrood, Newfoundland signs Friendship Agreement with Galway City Innovation District   Read more.

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Newfoundland and Labrador company boldly takes radar where it’s never gone before

by Admin on July 21, 2017

Northern Russia, offshore Brazil, the Gulf of Mexico—these are just some of the places where Rutter Inc.’s radar technology products are in demand. While the St. John’s-based company is small, with 33 employees globally, the firm has carved out a niche in the oil and gas business with radar technology that detects oil spills, icebergs, unidentified vessels and small objects and monitors waves and sea conditions. “We want to have as many products on our roster as we can offer, especially with the oil and gas industry in a slump,” says Blair Wheaton, Rutter’s vice president. Read more.