tecconnect Exceeds First-Year Target
Economic Development Lethbridge (EDL) announces tecconnect – An Alberta centre for new commerce has exceeded its first-year business intake goals with the recent addition of four more companies to the centre. EDL introduced GrowTEC (Grow The Energy Circle) and GranDuke Geomatics Ltd. as the fifth and sixth commercialization client companies who are using the facility to move their business concepts and plans forward. Farmers Edge Precision Consulting Inc. and Intermap Technologies Corp. have also moved into tecconnect as commercial tenants to serve their business needs in southern Alberta.
“All of the companies announced today have a direct connection to the geospatial imaging industry; they are using technology platforms to create knowledge industry jobs and are already benefitting from the co-location opportunities at tecconnect and within the local ICT cluster,” said EDL CEO, Cheryl Dick.