Commercializing a Cleantech idea? Check out this workshop

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BCIC’s Cleantech Commercialization & Business Planning Workshop is an intensive, hands-on exercise designed to compel Cleantech entrepreneurs to think critically about the true value, commercialization potential and positioning of their product idea.

The workshop is taught by Mark Dance and is designed to help new or early-stage tech companies develop critical thinking and the necessary business skills to commercialize their technologies. Dance is an experienced tech leader who was instrumental in the growth of Creo, one of the most successful BC grown tech companies.

Applications are currently being accepted for this comprehensive three-day workshop. Though companies in any industry are encouraged to apply, priority will be given to candidates presenting a clean technology or clean energy idea or venture.

Interested? The application deadline is Friday, September 16th.

The program costs $269 per company and includes three full day workshops and three hours of one-on-one coaching with Dance. To apply or for more information, please download the brochure and application form or email Nadine Diner at BCIC.

For those outside of Vancouver, five $1,000 travel bursaries will be awarded to select participants.

Company:
BCIC
Website:
http://www.bcic.ca
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

BCIC encourages the development and application of advanced or innovative technologies to meet the needs of industry in BC. We accelerate technology commercialization by supporting startups and developing entrepreneurs. With our partners, BCIC delivers programs and initiatives that promote company growth, resulting in jobs, increased revenue and economic development in BC. BCIC is a Crown Agency of the Province of... more


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