Published by Rachele Ryan
Pictured (L-R): Consul General David Alward, Christina Pomanski, Rachele Ryan, Erin Donahue, Christine Sarkisian, Senior Trade Commissioner Thierry Weissenburger, Christine Carr, Susan Ahern, & Hendrik Kuipers.
The Canadian Technology Accelerator in Boston (CTA@Boston), has been awarded the International Business Innovation Association’s (InBIA) 2016 Accelerator Program of the Year Award. It was judged along with other applicants on criteria such as, Best Practices, Business Development, Program Results, and Financial Stability. InBIA CEO and President, Kirstie Chadwick indicated that “this year’s InBIA awards program had a large number of qualified programs submit nominations and the competition was absolutely first-rate.”
On April 18, 2016, Trade Commissioner Christine Carr accepted the Award at the 30th International Conference on Business Incubation in Orlando, Florida. To connect with Chris and the rest of the CTA@Boston team, visit: [about page].
About the InBIA:
The International Business Innovation Association (InBIA), the global advocate for incubators, accelerators, educational institutions, and regional economic development stakeholders, gathers more than 2,100 members across 60 plus countries.