Faaiza Ramji and Karen Unland are joined by Taproot co-founder Mack Male to look back at some of last year's innovation highlights and consider what's to come this year.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
- How To Do an Annual Reflection to Get The Most Out Of The Year Ahead by Ashley Janssen
- Mack's Goodreads page
- Some raises of 2022 (figures from briefed.in):
- Calgary's NEO Financial raised $185 million in 2022
- Founders and funders seek common understanding in maturing investment scene
- Tax credits for carbon capture expected to fuel development around Edmonton
- PrairiesCan invests $17M to support innovation in Edmonton
- The Edge Fund: Championing Tech and Innovation in Edmonton
- Proposed Edge Fund would benefit from sharper focus, says investment manager
- The Entrepreneurial State by Mariana Mazzucato
- Zero Point Cryogenics closes deal involving National Research Council
- Work Nicer opens second Edmonton location at Mercer Warehouse
- Report identifies Edmonton Research Park as asset to regional innovation
- Resurrected DemoCamp aims to help connect Edmonton's tech community
- Startup TNT creates shared space for investors downtown
- Drivewyze hopes to welcome startup community to new HQ
- Accelerators put the pedal to the metal
- The Collapse of FTX: What Went Wrong With the Crypto Exchange?
- Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (Amii)
- Mack's coverage of AccelerateAB in 2018
- Alberta E-sports Expo in February
- Startup TNT's Cleantech Summit, Life Sciences Summit, and AgTech Summit
- Hydrogen Summit in February and the Canadian Hydrogen Convention in April
- Upper Bound in May
Many thanks to our title sponsor, Edmonton Unlimited, for support of this episode. You'll hear more about Capital City Pilots from Abbie Stein-MacLean in this episode.
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