Innovation Saskatchewan is responsible for implementing the province’s innovation priorities and helping grow Saskatchewan’s tech sector. Effective April 2022, this includes operation of the Innovation Place technology parks in Saskatoon and Regina.

WESK Technology Symposium on February 4

The Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan (WESK) is hosting its Technology Symposium on Thursday, February 4 and you’re invited! Registration is free and everyone interested in tech entrepreneurship is welcome to attend.

The event features a great panel of speakers and sure-to-be fantastic discussion, including the panel How to Be an Amazing Non-Technical Founder featuring four fantastic female entrepreneurs:

Katherine Regnier, CEO and Founder of Coconut Software, a tenant at Innovation Place in Saskatoon. Coconut provides a customer engagement platform for the financial sector and the company and Regnier have received multiple awards and distinctions.

Read more: Meet the Tenants: Coconut Software

Melanie Morrison, CEO of BetterCart Technologies, a finale winner of Co.Launch at Co.Labs, a tenant at Innovation Place in Saskatoon. BetterCart is an online platform for easier grocery shopping featuring the new What’s In Stock app.

Read more: Tech Tips...with Melanie Morrison: How to Start Your Own Tech Company

Kristy Ehman, CEO and Founder of Hyon Software, a startup in the Co.Labs program.

Briana Brownell, CEO and Founder of Pure Strategy Inc.

— January 27, 2021