Accelerating clean technology in Western Canada
Assisting clean tech start-ups to innovate and commercialize
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Grow… through practical solutions
Building business skillsets
Providing lab and office facilities
Mentoring by industry experts in research and commercialization
Prosper… for a sustainable future
Engaging and linking with customers
Sourcing investment capital and funding networks
Western Canada’s innovative cleantech companies are addressing the global demand for practical, clean-energy solutions. As a not-for-profit, we are here to help Western Canadian companies innovate, grow and prosper in a revitalized, sustainable frontier. Join the Foresight Cleantech Accelerator Centre … where we can locate and help grow your cleantech business.
A structured Venture Acceleration Program to help cleantech companies succeed.
We indentify specific resource industry challenges and match them with environmental technologies.
Office and Lab space
Affordable, subsidised office / lab space with use of conference rooms, kitchens, shower facility, etc.
Interested in being mentored by Foresight?
We are looking for determined, goal oriented, clean technology companies. Teams should have market knowledge, technical expertise, product market fit and technology that is strategic, scalable and benefits society
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