Deloitte recently signed on to support The Eureka Project as its newest Corporate Sponsor. The firm is reinforcing its commitment to entrepreneurship, by directing a new focus on local technology-based businesses.
The Eureka Project, a high-tech business incubator located at the University of Manitoba, helps its clients accelerate the growth of their businesses. The Eureka Project provides strategic planning, financial advice, sales support, business plan development and marketing and communications to companies wishing to commercialize their technologies. Clients also benefit from turnkey offices, equipment usage, and IT support.
“As a leading professional services firm in the country, we value competitiveness and prosperity in Canada, and are thrilled to support innovative initiatives such as the Eureka Project that are focused on strengthening entrepreneurship,” said Carol Paradine, Managing Partner for Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
In addition to its support for The Eureka Project, Deloitte encourages entrepreneurship in Canada in several ways including through the Technology Fast 50™ program which celebrates the world-class achievements and the tremendous evolution of the Canadian technology sector, as well as the country’s leading business awards program, Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies.
“We are extremely happy to welcome Deloitte as our newest sponsor at The Eureka Project,” comments Gary Brownstone, CEO of The Eureka Project. “Their entrepreneurial mindset is complementary to our vision and we look forward to building a great relationship with them.” Deloitte joins The Royal Bank of Canada and Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP in sponsoring The Eureka Project.
Individuals or companies interested in joining Deloitte in sponsoring The Eureka Project can contact Gary Brownstone at 262-6401.
The Eureka Project is Western Canada’s most successful technology management services firm, offering innovators and entrepreneurs looking to market cutting-edge technologies the management expertise they need grow into sustainable businesses.
The incubator is home to 12 technology-based companies in the areas of nutritional and agricultural sciences, information and communications technology, engineering and advanced materials, health and biotechnology, and environmental solutions.
For more information contact:Ashley McIntosh Marketing Manager, The Eureka Project T:(204) 262-6410 F:(204)262-6407 E-mail: [email protected] www.eurekaproject.ca Jaime Dzikowski Marketing Specialist, Deloitte T: (204) 944-3597 F: (204) 947-9390 E-mail: [email protected] www.deloitte.ca