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This article appeared on globalnews.ca by Don Mitchell. To read the original post click here. To watch the news spotlight featuring Innovation Factory click here.   A Hamilton, Ont. non-profit that mentors local entrepreneurs believes it’s found a way to keep camaraderie amongst office staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to the use of a unique virtual 3D office. […]

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With more Canadians wanting to work from home even after the pandemic, CityNews Toronto’s Erica Natividad shows you how one Hamilton company has adopted a different way of doing it – allowing employees to interact in a virtual office while working remotely. To watch the news spotlight featuring Innovation Factory click here.

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This article appeared on softwarehamilton.com by Rodney Barnes. To read the original post click here. Hamilton startup Obie.ai recently launched Obie Access, a Slack-first wiki designed to make it easier for remote teams and startups to access knowledge. “Access is the most robust Slack-first wiki for remote teams and startups. Obie has most widely been used by larger […]

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TIDAL SHOCK: An underwater arena shooter with a shocking twist, launches 5/4/20 Set in a neon aquarium, 8 players battle in a classic respawn arena to capture the reactor and shock the competition! Hamilton, Ontario, APRIL 7, 2020— Moonray Studios is excited to announce that “Tidal Shock: Early Access” will launch for PC on May […]

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This article appeared on thespec.com by Jon Wells. To view the original post click here. Bartering is the oldest form of commerce, but the time has never seemed more ripe for it with businesses paralyzed by COVID-19. No one is more aware of the situation than John Porter, whose career as a barter commerce entrepreneur goes […]

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Synapse Competition prepared Bisep Inc. for challenges of turning an innovative product into a viable business Niagara-based start-up Bisep Inc. aims to have its game-changing mobility device on the market as early as September after winning the top prize at the Innovation Factory’s (iF) seventh annual Synapse Life Science pitch competition. Bisep’s innovative device, called […]

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This article appeared on thespec.com, written by Tom Hogue. To read the original post click here. The big winner was Niagara’s Bisep Inc., which designed a device for people with mobility issues Dan Bordenave’s Niagara Falls-based company, Bisep, won the top prize of $35,000 cash and $7,000 in-kind services with a device that joins a […]

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Bisep Inc. is the competition’s big winner Hamilton, ON – On March 25, Hamilton’s thriving life science ecosystem gathered for the first time, virtually, for Innovation Factory’s seventh annual Synapse Competition, Ontario’s premier life science pitch competition. This years’ top three finalists, Bisep Inc., Hyivy Health and PROVA Innovations each delivered their pitch to the […]

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Over 900 hackers put their skills to work solving real-world problems at DeltaHacks VI A “smart” way to call for emergency services by using hand signals instead of a smartphone won this year’s Hackathon for change challenge sponsored by Innovation Factory’s Centre for Integrated Transportation & Mobility (CITM). Over 200 teams totalling more than 900 […]

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Longan Vision Wins National Research Bid This article originally appeared on softwarehamilton.com by Rodney Barnes. To view the original post click here. AR startup Longan Vision, based out of The Forge, recently won a national research bid for a $200,000 contract offered by Innovative Solutions Canada and funded by the Department of National Defense (DND). The contract was for […]

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