Venn helps tech companies grow and succeed.
For your business to grow and succeed, you need access to the right talent. Venn works to better connect our youth with career opportunities and help foster a new generation of tech entrepreneurs.
You have worked tirelessly to validate your idea, understand your customers, and develop your product. Venn helps you access great information, experience, and resources to enter new markets and grow your business.
As your company enters new markets, you need access to a broader pool of resources and contacts. Venn’s network of regional, national and international partners provides the strategic connections and collaborations to bring your company to the next level.
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Whether you are in the early stages of growth, working to strengthen and diversify your markets, or scaling your operations to the next level, Venn provides you with access to quality professional development programming, world class mentoring and advisory services, talent and capital, and connections.
Mount Allison will be running a Job Fair on Tuesday, February 10, and are interested in having representation from the local tech community, especially companies interested in hiring their students who will graduate in May and/or companies looking to hire student interns for May-August. If you are interested in participating, please connect with Prof. Liam Keliher at Mount Allison.
Guy Leger has been appointed director of business development of Expansion Dieppe, effective Jan. 5. “His expertise and extensive knowledge of economic development will be important assets for Expansion Dieppe,” said Louis Godbout, executive director of Expansion Dieppe,
The Report Card appears weekly and is written by staff, administrators and partners of the Anglophone East School District. This week’s column is written by Shelley Gingras, teacher at Harrison Trimble High School. Students all over New Brunswick had the opportunity to learn the basics of computer coding and programming by participating in the Hour of Code from Dec. 8 to 12. The goal of this worldwide initiative is to expose students of all ages to coding through the use of simple, familiar games. New Brunswick proudly had the second-highest participation rate in Canada.
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