A virtual program aims to help Atlantic Canada companies scale export sales.
Scale-up Hub Cambridge (the “Program”) is designed to help Atlantic Canada-based ICT companies build an international presence and grow their export sales capacity in the New England market. The Program, which has shifted to a virtual model, leverages strong historical and cultural ties to this key market and helps high-growth, high-innovation companies headquartered in Atlantic Canada scale through targeted access to strategic markets in the Boston region.
Applications for the Scale-up Hub Cambridge Program must be received by 12:00 PM (AST) on September 28, 2020.
The six companies accepted into the Scale-up Hub Cambridge Program for the 2019-20 fiscal year were:
- Beauceron Security
- EcoPilot Canada
- LeeWay Marine
- Northern Business Intelligence
- Smartpods Technologies
What does Scale-up Hub Cambridge offer?
The Program offers eligible Atlantic Canada high growth innovation companies access to the following resources:
- Professional-guided entry into the New England marketplace.
- Dedicated services of an in-market business development professional to help drive sales generation and market development activities.
Up to 10 companies will be accepted into the Program. Successful applicants must be technology-focused, high-growth companies that are presently selling outside of Atlantic Canada and will be required to pay a non-refundable participation fee of $1,000.00 CAD plus HST.
For program details please refer to the FAQ and or contact your respective provincial lead listed below:
Government of Canada
International Business Development Officer
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)
T: 506. 871.1462 | TTY: 1.877.456.6500
Project participation will be awarded on a competitive basis.
The Scale-up Hub Cambridge Program has been designed for utilization in complement with each provincial partners’ suite of export-support programs. For information about the additional resources and funding options available to your business, please contact one of the provincial leads listed above.