Kognitiv Spark in Plug and Play

Having booked sales of more than $1 million in less that a year, Fredericton-based virtual reality company Kognitiv Spark has now entered the Plug and Play accelerator in Silicon Valley.

Kognitiv Spark offers an augmented reality solution to help the military and industries with training or instructing remote workers using complex equipment. The company released its RemoteSpark product last

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IP Workshop by Emergence, BioNova

Charlottetown's bioscience incubator Emergence and Halifax’s BioNova have partnered to host an intellectual property workshop in Halifax for bio-sector innovators and entrepreneurs.

The seminar, scheduled for May 8, is presented by Canadian IP law firm Bereskin & Parr LLP Intellectual Property Law and will discuss different types of IP rights, including trademarks, copyright, trade secrets and

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Adaptiiv, CIVCO Ink Distribution Deal

The executive team of Halifax-based Adaptiiv, fresh with a recent round of financing, is attending an international radiotherapy conference in Barcelona this week to announce a new distribution partnership.

Formerly known as 3DBolus, Adaptiiv is a company that has been gaining notice in Halifax biotech circles for a couple of years, even though it just released its first public statement this

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Endiku: A SaaS Platform for Inclusion

In a time when all organizations face pressure to be more inclusive, Endiku has developed software that helps companies create a culture in which people of all backgrounds can thrive.

Based in Toronto and New Brunswick, the company has developed a Software-as-a-Service platform that helps organizations and their staff or members develop an inclusive culture. That can mean changing personal

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Ordermotive Aids Car Dealer Leads

Careful and particular are some of the words that can describe Ryan Hartigan’s approach to business.

The 27-year-old Dartmouth native founded his company Ordermotive, an automotive marketing company, while working as a market consultant at a local dealership. It was there that he saw flaws in the automotive industry, particularly with how dealerships generate customer leads.

In the automotive

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Green Power Labs Receives Funding

Bedford-based Green Power Labs Inc. said this week it has attracted external investment for the first time and will use the funding to accelerate sales of its new Predictive Building Control product.

The company, which uses data to improve the energy efficiency of buildings, issued a press release saying it has received funding from Ron Omessi, though it did not reveal the amount of the

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Nanuk Markets VR to Condo Builders

With condo booms booming in major cities around the world, three young Halifax entrepreneurs have created a company that uses virtual reality to show prospective condo buyers when their yet-to-be-built units will look like.

The company is Nanuk Technologies and its VR system gives condo developers a cutting-edge marketing tool. Prospective buyers coming into a sales office or show suite can

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Fundica Seeks East Coast Entries

The Fundica Roadshow is looking for Atlantic Canadian applicants for its $500,000 pitching event, even though it will not make a stop in the region this year.

The organizers this year have announced pitching events only in Toronto, Montreal and Toronto, and are offering to cover the travel costs of three companies not based in those cities. Atlantic Canadian companies can apply to receive one of

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RovaultAI Wins China Program Event

RovaultAI, the Halifax company developing technology to reduce waste in shellfish processing, was the big winner Thursday night at the China Program pitching session organized by Launch Dal.

The program is designed to improve the local ecosystem by training several companies, awarding prizes to the best of them, and increasing links with the huge market in China. Eight companies were selected to

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