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COVE Hosts UK Startups

  • Jan 31, 2023
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Asia’s Liveability Challenge Seeks Oceans Cos

  • Jan 29, 2023
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Cascadia Seaweed Eyes $10M Raise

  • Jan 22, 2023
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COVE Hosts UK Startups

Eight companies pitched in Dartmouth Monday as part of a joint program with Innovate UK.

The Dartmouth-based Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship hosted eight United Kingdom-based companies at a pitch event Monday as part of a broader partnership

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Asia’s Liveability Challenge Seeks Oceans Cos

  • Jan 29, 2023
  • Carol Moreira

The Singapore-based Liveability Challenge is seeking entrants -- including bluetech companies -- for its competition for technlogy that can battle climate change and/or improve food production. 

Founded five years ago to address major challenges,

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Cascadia Seaweed Eyes $10M Raise

  • Jan 22, 2023
  • Peter Moreira

Having refocused its business on products for farmers, Cascadia Seaweed is setting out this year to raise about $10 million to fund a bioprocessing plant and the exponential growth of its seaweed production.

The Sidney, BC-based company, which

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Kraken Robotics Made $40M Revenue in 2022

  • Jan 15, 2023
  • Avery Mullen

St. John’s-based Kraken Robotics has hired a new chief technology officer in the wake of finishing its absorption of fellow Newfoundland and Labrador company PanGeo Subsea and increasing its annual revenue by more than 50 percent.

Founded by former

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ReelData Raises US$8M

  • Jan 11, 2023
  • Avery Mullen

ReelData, the Halifax company that makes artificial intelligence for land-based aquaculture, has raised a US$8 million (C$10.7 million) Series A funding round as it looks to commercialize its second product offering next quarter.

ReelData’s first

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Fostering Indigenous Participation in Oceans

  • Dec 20, 2022
  • Carol Moreira

Canada’s Ocean Supercluster, or OSC,  has announced its Two-Eyed Seeing initiative, which aims to promote Indigenous participation in Canada’s ocean economy.

The national group, which is based in Atlantic Canada, said in a statement the initiative

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