We recently met with MobiHealthNews to discuss cross-border trends we are seeing in the digital health space. The article featured a few recent CTA alumnus and friends of the Consulate, who are expanding beyond Canada and bringing exciting innovation to the digital health space.
The Consulate General of Canada in Boston with MIT Enterprise Forum in Cambridge to host public form with industry and academic experts
Collaborating across borders has never been easier, and that is especially true when it comes to digital strategies. The importance of a digital presence has never been greater – as the pandemic has shown us, but it can be hard to manage for busy business owners and start-up teams.
Just about everyone has experienced the frustration of waiting for a health care appointment or service. That is why one Canadian Technology Accelerator in Boston graduate took matters into their own hands, and with the help of the Consulate
The event is designed for executive teams evaluating international expansion and will highlight Canada’s Eastern Provinces as a strategic destination to grow your business.
Connections have never been more important to people and businesses — COVID-19 made that abundantly clear. While we have spent a good part of the last year being separated from friends, colleagues and loved ones, it has only made the value of collaboration and connection more evident.
The 2020 pandemic crisis has brought some attention to the food supply chain which is a complex web of interactions involving farmers and fishers, other inputs, processing plants, shipping, retailers and more. Customer shopping habits have been forced to evolve, adopting some new behaviors.