Innovation

Why regional companies require new ideas and innovative ways of working in order to stay competitive.

Kevin Lynch

May 30, 2013

Vice-Chair, BMO Financial Group

We want to give everyone who graduates here a sense they can achieve everything

Source: 4Front Atlantic

In conversation with CBC's Amy Smith.

Joelle MacPhee

May 30, 2013

Director of Reading Partnerships, Ooka Island Inc.

Build a prototype. Get some feedback. Go back to the drawing board. A hundred times over

Source: 4Front Atlantic

In conversation with CBC's Amy Smith.

Stephane Sogne

May 30, 2013

Director of Engineering, SkySquirrel Technologies Inc.

There is huge potential here... but make the immigration process easier

Source: 4Front Atlantic

In conversation with CBC's Amy Smith.

Stephen Hartlen

May 30, 2013

Assistant Vice Present (Industry Relations) / Executive Director of the Industry Liaison & Innovation Office, Dalhousie University.

Real innovation comes from a company talking to potential customers and then doing R&D

Source: 4Front Atlantic

In conversation with CBC's Amy Smith.

Dave Cormier

May 21, 2013

Manager, Web Communications and Innovations, UEPI

We need many voices working together instead of lone voices shouting at each other

Source: 2017 starts now

Bonnie Stewart

May 21, 2013

Educator, writer, Ph.D. candidate, UPEI.

Social networks can help us see ourselves in each other

Source: 2017 starts now

Julia Rivard

May 25, 2012

Senior Partner, NOREX

Julia Rivard
We're not afraid enough of failure

Source: 4Front Atlantic

Julia Rivard is a senior partner at NOREX, a web design and development firm based in Halifax. She's also a former Olympic athlete who competed for Canada as a member of the canoe/kayak team. Here she is in conversation with CBC host Amy Smith.

John Bragg

May 25, 2012

President & Co-CEO, Oxford Frozen Foods Ltd

John Bragg
You can never accept it can't be done

Source: 4Front Atlantic

John Bragg spoke on Innvoation at the 2012 4Front Atlantic Conference in Halifax.

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