Clusters: A Model Built to Succeed

Innovation doesn’t happen in a vacuum. We need a model of collaboration for clean technology stakeholders that accelerates the major institutional, industrial and technological change required to achieve both climate goals and shared economic prosperity in the long-term, across Canada. This type of activity happens best when a “cluster” of interconnected businesses both cooperates and competes – often referred to as “co-opetition”.

Foresight has embraced this cluster model and takes a collaborative approach to ecosystem building by province, recognizing the key innovation partners, economic drivers, and industrial strengths to accelerate innovation.

Supporting Entrepreneurs Across Canada

Foresight is pleased to present a number of upcoming events, cohort start dates, and initiatives across Canada. Learn more about what’s happening in your area.

British Columbia

The BC Net Zero Innovation Network (BCNZIN) is an initiative to accelerate British Columbia’s transition to a clean, net zero economy by bringing together the ecosystem to fast-track the development and adoption of clean technology solutions, enabling the province to become a global leader.

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Founded in 2011 to position Alberta as a global leader in cleantech, the Alberta Clean Technology Industry Alliance (ACTia) is the sector’s leading voice.

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Foresight is pleased to support the growth of cleantech through our partners in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

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Foresight supports the growth of cleantech in Ontario through Acceleration programs, events, and Industry Challenges.

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Foresight works with partners and ventures in Quebec to accelerate the growth of cleantech.

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Atlantic Canada

Foresight is accelerating the growth of cleantech in Atlantic Canada by supporting ventures and collaborating with partners.

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Foresight is pleased to work with a network of cleantech partners from coast to coast.

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