Haltech is at the nexus of Halton Region’s innovation ecosystem, helping technology entrepreneurs transform their good ideas and product innovations into well-positioned, growing ventures. Haltech is a non-profit technology accelerator and member of the Ontario Network of Entrepreneurs (ONE) supported by Ontario’s Ministry of Economic Development & Growth, Ministry of Research, Innovation & Science and many corporate sponsors and partners. Since it began operations in 2011, Haltech has provided advisory services to more than 650 tech startups with a wide range of free services including business innovation advising, entrepreneur skill workshops and corporate innovation projects.
Whether you are starting, accelerating or scaling up your tech business, Haltech has the right program for you. Haltech HEAT™ is a free program designed for startups who seek business advising and mentorship for commercialization. Entrepreneurs will learn valuable skills from Haltech’s team of Entrepreneurs-in-Residence (EIR) and business consultants on how to enter the market, acquire customers, and generate revenues. For high-growth ventures who seek advice to scale up successfully for business growth, Haltech’s SCALEUP program offers CEOs a customized coaching experience from Haltech’s team of technology business executives and EIR advisors that will help them overcome the common pitfalls of scaling a business.
Strategically positioned within the Innovation Corridor
Haltech is strategically positioned halfway between Toronto and Kitchener-Waterloo, in what many refer to as the Innovation Corridor, a thriving economic region of high-growth tech companies and innovative startups that has gained global attention as a model ecosystem to cultivate entrepreneurs and innovation.
Innovation is thriving in Halton with collaborative coworking centres
Haltech President & CEO, Dr. Rina Carlini, pointed out that tech innovation in Halton is thriving, and now is the best time for entrepreneurs to seek out the region’s many business support programs, professional services firms and commercial real estate opportunities. Several new coworking offices and innovation centres have opened up recently, including the MEV Innovation Centre in Milton, and the new Burlington Innovation Centre that will open its doors by mid-2017. Both of these municipal innovation hubs offer cool collaborative workspaces for innovative tech companies, scale ups, investors and business accelerators like Haltech to connect, collaborate and develop new ideas into growing ventures. Haltech engages with many companies and partner organizations to deliver premium-quality events and workshops for tech entrepreneurs and innovators – don’t miss the 2017 Halton FUTURES Innovation Summit & Awards, a signature event to witness what’s next in Halton. We hope to see you there!
Learn more about Haltech’s accelerator programs and community events at www.haltech.ca , or contact firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how we can assist you.
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