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Media Release: Announcing Canada’s Innovation Corridor Summit

Canada’s Innovation Corridor Business Council, a partnership of leading chambers of commerce and boards of trade in the Greater Golden Horseshoe, today announced a bold new summit to promote global competitiveness through regional connectivity and collaboration. Read more…

We need to get our goods moving for Canada’s Innovation Corridor to succeed

Canada’s Innovation Corridor is the economic zone powering our country.
Anchored by the Greater Toronto Area, Waterloo Region and Hamilton-Burlington, the corridor is home to the country’s highest density of manufacturing and technology, fully-integrated cross-border supply chains and significant passenger and cargo transportation hubs.
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In the age of global innovation, local collaboration matters more than ever

Historically, economic competition has been a contest between local entities fighting for local market share by utilizing locally sourced resources. Today’s economy, on the other hand, is global. With the click of a mouse, companies can source supplies or sell their products and services to and from anywhere in the world, all while battling competitors that are frequently far away.
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Promoting Hamilton on a bigger stage

The Hamilton Chamber of Commerce is invested in helping our member businesses prosper. That means working on multiple fronts in our home community to spark an entrepreneurial culture that produces quality jobs for more Hamiltonians. It also requires us to get involved in initiatives beyond Hamilton that provide opportunities for our members — and Hamilton at large ― to create value on a bigger stage. Read more…

Mohawk College fuels growth of manufacturing supercluster

A local automotive parts supplier is taking game-changing digital technology for a test drive at Mohawk College.
The technology holds the promise to boost productivity and make the company even more competitive and profitable. Read more…

Leadership Gathering Set for June 26 in Hamilton-Burlington

Excitement is building in the lead up to the inaugural Canada’s Innovation Corridor Summit on June 26 from 8 am to 4 pm at Royal Botanical Gardens in Hamilton-Burlington. This marquee leadership event is an initiative of Canada’s Innovation Corridor Business Council. Read more…

Federal government names winners of $950-million ‘supercluster’ funding

The federal government unveiled the winners of its flagship innovation funding program on Thursday, committing $950-million to five industry consortiums drawn from hundreds of companies, research institutions and industry groups that don’t typically collaborate but that Ottawa hopes will create economic growth by combining forces. Read more…

Ottawa awards $950 million to five innovation ‘superclusters’

The federal government will pump $950 million into five innovation “superclusters” spaced evenly across the country, promising the injection of cash will set up hubs of collaboration between researchers and industry players to position Canada to compete in the 21st-century global economy. Read more…

Supercluster tech groups to share in up to $950M in federal funds

Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains has named five technology groups that will each get a piece of up to $950 million in what the government calls its “superclusters” initiative, a high-tech collaboration strategy aimed at fostering growth and creating jobs. Read more…

Ontario “supercluster” among 5 Canadian tech groups to share $950 million federal fund

Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains has named five technology groups that will each get a piece of up to $950 million in what the government calls its “superclusters” initiative, a high-tech collaboration strategy aimed at fostering growth and creating jobs. Read more…

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