Kanata North BIA

Kanata North’s business leaders say a new report that puts a dollar figure on the area’s economic impact should warrant a fresh look at infrastructure investment in the region
The University of Ottawa has announced a new initiative focused on bringing research and talent to the Kanata North technology park
One week after her successful entry into municipal politics, new Kanata North councillor Jenna Sudds says she’s not forgetting her tech park roots
The KNBA, which works with more than 500 companies in the area, is using a decidedly tech term to describe its growth plan: scale.
Ottawa’s business leaders need to broaden the horizons of their talent searches and focus on the potential of prospective employees rather than their technical skills, local experts say
Goals include growing the tech park’s national and international brand as well as attracting diverse talent to the area’s firms.
Petten was a founding member of Kanata’s L-Spark SaaS accelerator and served as its director of marketing for the past four years.
More than 70 exhibitors, big and small, gathered to display their latest technology and showcase themselves to potential employees at the annual event, which attracted nearly 2,000 attendees.
Attendees can expect to see a combination of tech giants and startups sharing the exhibition space.