The World’s Top University Incubator

Tucked inside one of the elegant limestone facades of Bath, England, just metres from the ancient Roman ruins, is a marvel that few tourists visit: part of the world’s No. 1 university incubator.

The University of Bath Innovation Centre occupies an unremarkable building on the banks of the Avon River. It’s a crowded, bustling space that would interest neither architects nor archeologists. What’s

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4 Atlantic Canadians at G20 Summit

When the G20 Young Entrepreneurs' Alliance Summit meets in Berlin in June, one-eighth of the Canadian delegation will be made up of representatives from Atlantic Canada.

Canada is sending 32 young entrepreneurs to the gathering, which provides a forum for young people to network and discuss ways to enhance the global ecosystem for entrepreneurship.

The four representatives who hail from the

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Jobs of the Week: iWave, Alongside

New postings at iWave Information Systems in Charlottetown and Alongside in Moncton are the focus of the Jobs of the Week column this week .

Based in Charlottetown, iWave has developed software that helps researchers, fundraisers and other development professionals learn more about their prospects and donors. The 26-year-old company is now looking for a sales manager and an acting marketing

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Pfera Wins $375K Prize at Breakthru

Pfera, which is developing technology that can accurately predict when a pregnant horse will give birth, has captured the $375,000 first prize in the New Brunswick Innovation Agency’s Breakthru competition.

Pfera CEO Lisa Pfister claimed the award in an exceptionally strong field in the six-month competition. While four winning companies last night shared more than $1 million in cash and in-kind

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HotSpot Eyes Regional Integrated Plan

Phillip Curley envisions a single smartphone app that can assist with transport by various means in cities across Atlantic Canada.

In fact, his company HotSpot Parking is working on such a thing, and took a big step toward it this week when the Moncton city council approved a one-year pilot to let transit users in the city pay for bus tickets with the HotSpot app.

The four-year-old Fredericton

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