Electric Puppets Focuses on Improving Healthcare Infrastructure

Local healthcare technology company, Electric Puppets is unwavering in its goal to provide an engaging patient experience despite the COVID-19 pandemic.“ Our goal from the very beginning was always to have a home-based testing and assessment tool because we believe VR will continue to be more widely available and easy to access for consumers” said Ryan Cameron, CEO and founder of Electric Puppets.

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Deloitte Launches 2020 Technology Fast 50 Program

Deloitte has opened applications for their annual awards program. With four distinct categories, the Technology Fast 50 program celebrates the achievements of Canadian technology companies, putting them on the global map. All applicants will automatically benefit from valuable learning and networking events, insightful webinars, and have the chance to attend the Summit and Gala. Applications are open until July 31.

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Outcast Foods Partners with Toronto’s Greenhouse to Reduce Food Waste

Halifax-based food technology startup, Outcast Foods, is working together with Toronto’s Greenhouse to create new products from pulp byproduct to reduce food waste. "Typically, this pulp ends up in landfills with a small percentage used in agricultural feed. However, our unique sustainable food technology can be used to recover high-value nutrients, polyphenols and fiber remaining in the pulp and make it a valuable raw material for innovative and sustainable food products.” Outcast Foods CEO Darren Burke said.

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District Company Partners Internationally to Boost Medical Supply Chain

Halifax-based blockchain company, Peer Ledger announced their partnership with two international companies to improve the delivery of medical supplies and goods needed amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Using blockchain and artificial intelligence, essential services such as healthcare providers and food companies can quickly access the gear they need to keep working.

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Fast-Track Your Technology Startup with Propel

Propel ICT aims to be a catalyst to establish Atlantic Canada as the nerve centre for technology. They help entrepreneurs build high-value tech companies through their virtual accelerator, Incite. Startups and founders get the guidance to build their ideas and mentorship to double-down on their ambitions. Propel eliminates geographic boundaries to enhance work with startups in every corner of Atlantic Canada.

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