Myrna Bittner of RUNWITHIT Synthetics tells Karen Unland visualizing the future, and guest co-host Lazina Mckenzie of ThresholdImpact Venture Mentoring Service offers insight on what has helped RUNWITHIT succeed.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
- Co-host Lazina Mckenzie of ThresholdImpact Venture Mentoring Service
- Guest Myrna Bittner of RUNWITHIT Synthetics
- Launch Party 7
- Synthetic Silicon Valley earthquake
- Synthetic Platform Missions
- Dual disaster scenario
- RUNWITHIT's year-in-review video
- AWS Sustainable Cities Accelerator
- RWI's Holodeck
- South by Southwest (SXSW)
- Greentown Labs accelerator
- SoCal Cleantech Express
- The Goodwill Project granted RUNWITHIT downtown office space
- Challenging the "Silicon Valley of the North" narrative
More innovation news
- The cannabis industry has a plastic waste problem — but some are finding solutions
- Case study with Spiritleaf
- EDGI platform visualizing "Edmonton's Greatest Innovations"
- Application form for VMS
- ThresholdImpact VMS on Instagram
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 conversation with Taproot co-founder Mack Male.
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