Alacrity Canada on the Hunt for Cleantech Companies Across BC
The following article was published in the Times Colonist by Andrew Duffy on February 16
Alacrity Canada is scouring the province for the next big things in the clean technology sector that can apply B.C.-grown tech to international problems.
Funded in part by the federal and provincial governments, Alacrity’s Cleantech Scale-Up Program hopes to be able to find solutions to problems such as sourcing and storing renewable energy, biomass conversion, water use and recycling systems in regions around the world.
Incentive Marketing: The What, The Why, and the Which (Platforms vs Single Solutions)
When I was a young kid, my Mom would ask me to mow the lawn. The prospect of helping my mother was appealing, but the…
Social Credit: The Value of Great Connections
The following opinion editorial was written by Owen Matthews, Chairman of Alacrity Canada Many years ago, I was with my friend who raises money for…
HarbourVest guests (Senia Rapisarda & Sophia Maizel) on Between 2 Term Sheets – Episode 10
Episode 10 of Alacrity Canada’s “Between 2 Term Sheets” podcast features a conversation between host Owen Matthews, Senia Rapisarda and Sophia Maizel of HarbourVest. Listen…