28 01, 2019

Humans of Innovation Guelph – Niel Palmer

2019-01-28T15:19:27+00:00January 28th, 2019|News, stories|Comments Off on Humans of Innovation Guelph – Niel Palmer

Puerto Vicente Guerrero is a small Mexican fishing community on the Pacific Ocean, about three hours away by car from Acapulco. It’s where Niel Palmer, a Core Mentor with Innovation Guelph, hooked one of his most memorable catches: a 50-pound rooster fish. “It took about 40 minutes [...]

28 11, 2018

Humans of Innovation Guelph: Linda Horowitz

2018-11-28T23:09:23+00:00November 28th, 2018|News, stories|Comments Off on Humans of Innovation Guelph: Linda Horowitz

When Linda Horowitz’s son started learning drums, she decided she’d take lessons too. So, she picked up the bongos and djembe, a west African hand drum. The same thing happened when her kids started skiing. And scuba diving. “I said, why am I sitting here watching? I [...]

2 08, 2018

What we learned at the 2018 Startup Crawl

2018-08-13T17:56:00+00:00August 2nd, 2018|Events, stories|Comments Off on What we learned at the 2018 Startup Crawl

From improv to semantic marketing, these entrepreneurs told us what it takes to succeed. Failure is good. It’s good when you’re trying your hand at improv acting; it improves it, makes it more entertaining. And, according to some successful business owners, failure can also be good for [...]