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Fast-track your tech business!
November 22, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm MSTFree
This event is hosted in the Second Floor Kitchen Area in the Platform Innovation Centre.
Join this interactive discussion with entrepreneurs who have been working to launch, grow and scale their tech business through the Alberta Catalyzer program! Hear the stories, takeaways, and aha moments they’ve had along the way — and how you can grow your startup from idea to market in just six months.
- Rana Hyatt, Solis
- Lulu Mashonganyika, Liit Care Connect
- Mahir Ruparel – Wavelength Digital Network Inc
What is Alberta Catalyzer?
Alberta Catalyzer is a FREE program that supports entrepreneurs looking to launch and grow a tech-enabled or tech-based business in Alberta.
The program consists of 3 learning streams for companies at any stage. Be part of interactive workshops, coaching calls with experts, office hours with professional service providers, and opportunities for connections with our rapidly growing community of entrepreneurs, partner organizations and investors.
Who is it for?
- You have an exciting new idea that you are working on and have collected many insights through customer conversations and discovery with the goal of turning that data into your first version of your product/service
- You have a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) in market, but are need help in creating strong brand messaging and a compelling sales call
- You have recurring revenue in your business and struggle to keep up with its growth
If any of these statements hit home with you, Alberta Catalyzer has the support you need to build, grow and scale your business! Learn more and get started at: albertacatalyzer.com
Alberta Catalyzer is part of the Alberta Scaleup and Growth Accelerator Program that is run by a funding consortium led by Alberta Innovates. The consortium, which also includes Jobs, Economy and Innovation, Edmonton Unlimited, the Opportunity Calgary Investment Fund and Prairies Economic Development Canada (PrairiesCan), allocated $35 million over three years to retain business accelerators. It’s part of an overall government goal to help create 20,000 jobs and increase technology firm revenue to $5 billion by 2030.