Our region thrives because of the support of investors, elevators, an extensive startup support system, and established and prominent research hubs. Innovation in the region is inclusive - it's happening across diverse sectors and includes social, cultural, sustainable and indigenous innovation.
The Edmonton Region is a place to challenge boundaries, unlock your potential, and achieve the unthinkable.
The BPIC supports bio-economy development with specialized services and access to state-of-the-art equipment.
BioAlberta is a member-driven association that represents and promotes the province’s vibrant and diverse life sciences industry. Through their many partnerships and collaborations, they are dedicated to promoting Alberta’s life science sectors, locally, nationally and internationally.
The Business Link helps small Alberta businesses start and thrive. With a designated business specialist to help provide expertise and resources to start running your business in Alberta.
C-FER works in partnership with the global energy industry to advance safety, environmental performance and efficiency. They provide full-scale testing and specialized engineering consulting services at their world-class facilities.
The Canada-Alberta Job Grant is designed to help businesses with costs associated with training present of future employees. The employer applies on behalf of their present or future employees for eligible training costs. Employers decide who gets training and what type of training may be needed for their employees.
CanmetENERGY brings together scientists, engineers and technologists in a state-of-the-art R&D facility for innovation in energy technology.
The Capital City Pilots project will connect local entrepreneurs and innovations with City-owned assets. This collaboration is designed as a proving ground for entrepreneurs at all stages to test their ideas and provide valuable case studies for global expansion.
The Centre for Advanced Medical Simulation (CAMS) is a simulation facility that replicates scenarios in clinical, community, and homecare settings. CAMS supports SMEs with health and medical devices, technologies, or services. Via product usability testing, access to end-users, and realistic simulations for testing, CAMS can uncover problems and learn about end-user behaviour earlier in the product development process, addressing barriers to market uptake