Careteam and partners successfully spearhead the COVID-19 pandemic by developing a new digital solution and helping 3000+ high-risk patients.
VANCOUVER – Canada can lead the Digital world. Canada’s Digital Supercluster was created to make this vision a reality by accelerating Canada’s development and adoption of world-class digital technologies. “Three years ago, our model of collaborative innovation did not exist in Canada,” said Sue Paish (pictured), CEO of the Digital Supercluster.
“Since then, we’ve accelerated digital transformation across industries and seen tremendous results from our portfolio of 80+ projects valued at over $350 million. For Canada and Canadians, the real story is the positive impact these projects are delivering to Canadians, their families, industry, communities and the new generation of digital-ready leaders. Together, we are building a better Canada, and we are just getting started.”
The Digital Supercluster’s innovation ecosystem includes over 1,000 industry partners, academic and research leaders, government and public service organizations – demonstrating how cross-industry collaboration expedites Canada’s economic recovery and improves the lives of Canadians. Products and services created are strengthening our health systems, delivering better health outcomes, improving environmental sustainability, creating digital skilling opportunities and supporting an inclusive society with more opportunity for all.
Here are seven projects in the Supercluster portfolio that clearly demonstrate a positive impact on Canadians, the growth potential of Canadian SMEs and the opportunities for Canada to lead the Digital world:
In addition to these positive impacts on Canadians, the Digital Supercluster is committed to supporting Canadian small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Through faster product innovation, co-investment, IP education, export-led growth and strategic partnership development, the Supercluster is accelerating the success of Canada’s small businesses domestically and internationally. Over 50% of the Digital Supercluster members are SMEs, and over 70% of Supercluster investment in projects goes to SMEs. To date 25 SMEs have successfully scaled, growing over $1 billion in potential revenue for Canadian businesses.
About Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster
Ahead of the curve starts here. The Digital Technology Supercluster is building a better Canada by growing Canadian businesses, creating a digitally skilled workforce and positively impacting lives across our Country. We accelerate the development and adoption of digital technologies that keep Canadians healthy, address climate change and drive economic productivity. Through a powerful combination of co-investment, cross-sector collaboration, IP creation and digital talent development, we unlock the potential of Canadians to lead and succeed in the Digital world. For more information, visit www.digitalsupercluster.ca.
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