Events

Collaboration for a Common Goal

Collaboration for a Common Goal

What do financial planning and estate executor support have in common? It’s that people don’t know they need these services until the moment is upon them. Kristine Beese from Untangle Money and Debbie Stanley from ETP Canada realized they shared this common hurdle...

Program Manager

Position Description  This position plays a critical role in managing, evaluating, and planning Innovation Guelph’s Circular Food Economy Innovation Hub (CFE iHub) programs that are delivered in partnership with the City of Guelph’s Circular Opportunity Launchpad...

Krippit: Stepping into the European Market

Krippit: Stepping into the European Market

Melissa Chung created a product to solve a problem! She said she loves wearing heels, but like many women, found she had to change shoes when walking any distance. Anyone wearing heels at an outdoor wedding has likely experienced the struggle of inadvertently...

Continuing the Conversation – Branching Out

Continuing the Conversation – Branching Out

Kimberley Van Ryn, founder of Branching Out, a social enterprise that provides community supports for individuals with neurodiversity and their families, said the company supports about 50 clients from age 7 to 92! Branching Out provides adult day service where...

Continuing the Conversation – B12Give

Continuing the Conversation – B12Give

Tony Colley, Be One To Give founder, said his company is like Instacart for surplus food. Their on-demand B2B delivery app is for retailers with surplus food along the food chain. The company takes surplus food from retailers and redistributes it to those in need...

Humans of Innovation Guelph – Evan Forster

Humans of Innovation Guelph – Evan Forster

What/where do you consider your hometown?  I was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada!  Do you have a talent, hobby or skill people wouldn’t expect? If so, do tell!  I’m very passionate about sports and video games, whether it’s playing them or watching them. I...

Continuing The Conversation – Comeback Snacks

Continuing The Conversation – Comeback Snacks

How it startedEmily O’Brien of Comeback Snacks said she started her business at the worst time! “I was incarcerated in federal prison. I had smuggled narcotics into Canada,” she said. “I knew I could do better, and I wanted to create fair chances while putting a light...

Humans of IG – Carly Beneteau

Humans of IG – Carly Beneteau

What/where do you consider your hometown? I was born and grew up in Windsor, Ontario. Do you have a talent, hobby or skill people wouldn’t expect? If so, do tell! One hobby people may not expect is that I enjoy lifting weights. I like going to the gym in general and...

Earlier Posts

Funding for Small Business: An Essential List

Aprihttps://www.feddevontario.gc.ca/eic/site/723.nsf/eng/02466.html?OpenDocument Need funding for your small business? Having trouble navigating what's available? Don't worry, we've got you! Innovation Guelph has compiled a list of current funding available and we're...

The Face of Business: Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

11 am, June 24, 2022 Let’s discuss EDI (equity, diversity, and inclusion), especially as we navigate returning to the office, participating in hybrid workplace settings and creating safe spaces. Fresh and lived perspectives can enable respectful work environments. Our...