Health Cities and Invest Alberta launch new series: Companies Growing Companies
Posted: October 21, 2021
Posted: October 21, 2021
To be successful in global markets, companies need accessible resources for ideation to commercialization and beyond. Current tactics to build resource access and support include government-backed programs and VC funding. However, Alberta also has a robust ecosystem of companies providing platforms for market assets, enabling opportunities for mentorship, assessment, and collaboration. This builds networks within the innovation community that companies can access to rapidly build capacity to scale.
The Companies Growing Companies series features interactive conversations and lessons with experts in fields in various stages of company growth: product design, system integration, marketing, and capacity-building. Throughout the series, companies at every stage—from startup to multinational—will learn what it takes to succeed and grow in the health innovation sector, and why Alberta is the best place to build a business.
“We want to create a critical mass, where companies plug in to the assets available in the province, and the network of assets available in Alberta are widely known and utilized. We have an opportunity to build economic growth in the province by financing assets that are really platforms, with which many companies can succeed. That will not only help local companies, but attract foreign direct investments to the region.” – Reg Joseph, CEO, Health Cities
“Alberta has an incredible investment story to tell, and building networks is what we do best. Collaboration and partnership are hallmarks of Alberta’s life sciences ecosystem and a key aspect of our value we bring to companies interested in investing in Alberta. High-impact, high-value companies across the world are interested in Alberta because of our talent, research and the innovative companies they can partner with.” – Lynette Tremblay, VP Corporate Affairs, Invest Alberta Corporation
Each week, our experts will join us live to share information and answer questions. Panelists include:
Each session will be approximately one hour in length, and will cover topics from building framework to meet regulatory requirements, to identifying and successfully reaching the ideal market audiences. Registration for each event is free and open to all audiences interested in learning about market access and growth.
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