Technology Leadership Projects
Technology Leadership Projects bring together investors and partners from across ocean industries to develop and commercialize innovative solutions to shared challenges, while increasing connectivity, strengthening capabilities, growing supply chain, and expanding international reach. At the heart of every Technology Leadership Project is a strong industry partnership. Some projects start from an idea that a member pitches to other potential partners. Others are born from the strong relationships that exist between OSC members. Any OSC member can initiate a project idea, and the participation of other organizations, including start-ups, and research institutions, is encouraged.
Innovation Ecosystem Activities
Innovation Ecosystem activities focus on access to shared resources, regional connectivity and innovative culture, strengthening the links between small and large companies to foster new supply chain partnerships, increasing commercialization from post-secondary institutions and encouraging new entrants into the ocean economy, both talent and companies.This program is designed to address shared talent challenges identified by our members, attract the best entrepreneurs to the cluster, support the growth of work integrated learning environments and skill agility of the ocean workforce. We invest in ecosystem-building projects to foster new partnerships with indigenous organizations and other stakeholders contributing to the growth of Canada’s ocean economy.
Hear the latest from OSC project teams on projects already in progress on our new “A Deeper Dive” bi-weekly podcast here:
Webinar Recap: OSC Opportunities: Developing Successful OSC Projects
Thank you to the almost 300 attendees who joined our webinar on Developing Successful OSC Projects. With presentations from OSC senior management and close to an hour of questions and answers, we covered a lot of ground and hope the information provided helps inform the development of project proposals across all our core and accelerated programs. Did you miss the session or do you want to view the presentation again? The full event video and powerpoint can be viewed here: