Nova Scotia entrepreneurs now have access to GE intellectual property through Government partnership

The Nova Scotia Government is partnering with GE Canada and GE Ventures Licensing to help entrepreneurs bring their ideas to life a bit faster. The partnership gives Nova Scotia entrepreneurs access to GE intellectual property and also technical resources to help with product development, business advisory services, and market intelligence.

A similar intellectual property sharing with GE is happening in Alberta.

“This is a truly unique opportunity for Nova Scotia entrepreneurs to realize their full growth potential as well as an example of One Nova Scotia in action,” said Michel Samson, Minister of Economic and Rural Development and Tourism. “By putting smart technology in the hands of smart entrepreneurs, we can bring great ideas to market faster.”

Ian Hardy

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