Nova Scotia Business Inc. on Tuesday named 10 Atlantic Canadian companies to the Scale-Up Hub: Cambridge, which helps scaling companies find clients in the New England market.

For the past two years, the Scale-Up Hub has helped participating companies to establish a base in Cambridge, Mass., and generate sales in the New England market. The project aims to give growing tech companies long-term exposure to a major market, allowing them to develop a customer base that will hopefully continue to grow after their term with the program ends.

It is now funded by the federal government and all four Atlantic Provinces to ensure companies across the region can benefit.

Because of the pandemic, the program this year is being conducted virtually.

The companies participating in the program in 2020-21 are:



Bloqs4 helps customers come up with sustainability metrics and communicate them to the broader community.



This company is developing computer vision technology.

SubC Imaging

St. John’s

SubC Imaging has developed software and cameras that can produce high-definition photos and video underwater, even in harsh environments. The company now has more than 160 clients in 20 countries.



This company helps businesses use the data and information within their own systems to generate new sales leads and increase revenues. It has twice been named to the Deloitte Tech Fast 50, which recognizes the fastest-growing tech companies in Canada.

Resilia Medical

Shediac, NB

Resilia makes Uresta, a reusable product that helps women prevent stress urinary incontinence, an inability to control their bladder.

Talem Health Analytics


Talem has developed a digital platform that improves the auto insurance claims process by combining clinical expertise, forensic science, and machine learning.

Missing Link Technologies


The company provides IT services in three core markets: telecom; software; and data and analytics.

Sideline Learning


Sideline has developed a “compliance tracking” platform, meaning organizations can have their members sign up and easily verify whether they meet certain certification levels.



Talkatoo has built a desktop dictation solution that uses speech-to-text technology with specialized vocabularies, for such fields as veterinary medicine or healthcare.


The company creates customized, user-friendly, management and administration software for unions around the world.