Finding your product-market fit
You’ve developed one of the world’s most sensitive low light imaging cameras, with multiple potential market applications. You’ve landed a contract with one the world’s most prestigious technology organizations. But is this the right long term market fit for your product? Read More.
Maintaining market dominance as an SME
What does the future of electronics manufacturing look like? How can a small company become indispensable when swimming in waters with much larger players? On this episode of Market Hunt, we interview Francois Monette, of Cogiscan. Read More.
From science to commercialization
How do you get from fundamental research to developing technologies for industrial applications? From invention in the lab to innovation in the market? On this episode of Market Hunt, we interview Sébastien Blais Ouellette, CEO of Photon etc.
Hunting for a solution to Covid-19
How is the pharmaceutical industry responding to the Covid-19 crisis? What more needs to be done towards securing the supply chain? What are some of the scientific and political obstacles to develop a vaccine? On this episode of Market Hunt, we interview Pierre Laurin, Founder and Chairman at Ingenew Pharma.
Manufacturing for space missions
What’s it like being a small manufacturer, building components that will eventually go into a Space Mission? How do companies work with universities to help with Research and Development? On this episode of Market Hunt, we chat with Brian Creber, President of B-Con Engineering.
Refocusing on local markets
Going international is more than just making sales. You need to be prepared to face an onslaught of regulatory requirements, face different customer demands and be ready to modify your product accordingly. A solution? Re-focus on becoming no 1 in your local market. On this episode of Market Hunt, we interview Filipe Nunes, General Manager of Magex Technologies.
Spotlight on Biotech in Canada
Venture into the world of corporate biotech in Canada. The year is 2020, the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Andrew Casey, President of BIOTECanada weighs in on the industry, government policy, investment trends, and introduces the idea of a Canadian Health Sciences Fund, a government sponsored fund dedicated to promoting biotech in Canada along with accelerators who help incubate these companies. Awaiting the creation of a foundational Life Sciences company in Canada, Casey tells us how he thinks this company will emerge.
Canada’s Innovation Gap
For Canada’s economic recovery to be successful, the country will need to lean on innovative technology to increase its competitiveness in both local and international markets. Canada has many great research institutions doing fundamental science in the fields of AI, Med-tech, Clean-tech, Industry 4.0 and Quantum computing. But how are we at commercializing these technologies? On this episode of Market Hunt we chat with Suzanne Grant, CEO of the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA).