Nolan Beanlands

Former head of Capital Angel Network will be in charge of identifying promising startups that could fit under the Rewind umbrella as company looks to expand its customer base and product offerings.
Local biotech firm's groundbreaking platform is used by medical researchers around the world to create 3D images of hearts, knees and other body parts.
Invest Ottawa-based firm's patented technology that collects carbon dioxide and converts it into a valuable mineral compound is expected to be ready for market later this year.
Investor focus broadening to include more biotech, clean tech opportunities
Ottawa’s local network of angel investors cracked a significant milestone in 2019 as it heads towards a decade of supporting the capital’s up-and-coming startups
Ottawa’s angels were in a blessing mood in 2018.
In its most active year yet, the Capital Angel Network invested $3.3 million in 20 companies, giving many up-and-coming local startups their first taste of funding.
The 2017 Forty Under 40 recipient is one of the local businesspeople who have recently accepted a new job.
After three years guiding early-stage companies through the University of Ottawa’s Startup Garage,