Special Feature: Milton in talks for testbed to speed Halton innovation through university-business

Open innovation in the business community and early matchmaking with start-ups proposed solutions

Special Feature: Milton in talks for testbed to speed Halton innovation through university-business

Since Canada’s Innovation Agenda launched in 2001 to make positive change a Canadian priority, the country’s rank has dropped near the bottom of its peer group in terms of innovative performance, with business R&D spending at its lowest in 25 years. 

This exclusive feature from Ridout & Maybee dives into why partnering local manufactures with start-ups may be the game-changing solution for innovation in Canada. 

Sign up now and gain insight into:

  • Results of the Innovation Showcase program at Halton Region

  • Why local municipalities are eager to see the program expand

  • Why scale and alignment of technologies are key challenges

  • How Techlink Innovation Exchange leverages patent newsfeed

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