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Douglas Hagedorn has leveraged a number of innovation grants from Alberta Innovates Tech Futures, TECTERRA and more to fund his technology company Tactalis. Tactalis creates tablet computers with tactile feedback that help people who are blind and visually impaired explore, create and share interactive digital media.
Boast Capital held an Innovation Funding Lunch & Learn with support from Calgary Economic Development on May 13, 2014.
Photo credit: Mitacs
Mitacs is a national non-profit organization focused on developing Canada’s next generation of innovators and researchers. Basically, they bring industry and academia together to provide additional training and expertise for post-secondary students and to help industry partners innovate.
Originally posted on Wavefront on Wireless’ blog
Launching a startup on a shoestring budget is not as easy as it may seem. I had the opportunity to interview two entrepreneurs who’ve learned the ins and outs of bootstrapping their own tech startups within the last 18 months.
Part I of ‘Non-Dilutive Financing for Entrepreneurs’ blog series
Finding customers, developing a prototype, and hiring the right talent can all be challenging. However, financing innovative ideas can be one of the largest challenges for some entrepreneurs. On regular basis, we are asked about non-dilutive financing options for small to medium-sized companies.