32 min

Special – Uniting the Prairies 2021 – Regina, Saskatchewan Startupville

    • Business

Uniting the Prairies, or UP Conference, is a virtual conference on June 23rd and 24th that brings together the top startups from across the Canadian prairies to connect with global investors and tech leaders, and collectively elevate the prairie community.

Leading up to the conference, we are hosting a five episode mini-series to highlight the five major prairie tech cities in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.

Check out the three previous episodes on Saskatoon and Edmonton, and Winnipeg, and today we’re featuring Regina, Saskatchewan

We talked with Matt Fahlman, Co-founder and CEO of Offstreet, Trevor Phenix, Managing Partner of Broad Street Bulls, and Tina Beaudry-Mellor, Chief Economic Growth Officer of Economic Development Regina

Subscribe and don’t miss the final upcoming episodes highlighting Calgary!

This podcast is brought to you by Innovation Place & Martin Charlton Communications

Special thanks to Uniting the Prairies and Co.Labs

Uniting the Prairies, or UP Conference, is a virtual conference on June 23rd and 24th that brings together the top startups from across the Canadian prairies to connect with global investors and tech leaders, and collectively elevate the prairie community.

Leading up to the conference, we are hosting a five episode mini-series to highlight the five major prairie tech cities in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.

Check out the three previous episodes on Saskatoon and Edmonton, and Winnipeg, and today we’re featuring Regina, Saskatchewan

We talked with Matt Fahlman, Co-founder and CEO of Offstreet, Trevor Phenix, Managing Partner of Broad Street Bulls, and Tina Beaudry-Mellor, Chief Economic Growth Officer of Economic Development Regina

Subscribe and don’t miss the final upcoming episodes highlighting Calgary!

This podcast is brought to you by Innovation Place & Martin Charlton Communications

Special thanks to Uniting the Prairies and Co.Labs

32 min

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