Queen’s University’s Smith School of Business and Desjardins partner to enrich FinTech learning opportunities for masters students
Date Published: May 03, 2023
Organized by Smith School of Business and sponsored by Desjardins, students in the MFIT Program will participate in several hands-on activities and events to help them understand the evolving needs of the FinTech industry.
The Kwe-Biz Program proves instrumental in providing resources and mentorship to many Indigenous women entrepreneurs
Date Published: May 01, 2023
Over the past three years, the WE-CAN Project has served 130 Indigenous women entrepreneurs, 90 of whom received services through the Kwe-Biz Program as part of the Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES) Ecosystem funding
Technology Development Pilot Project helped researchers achieve a significant design advancement
Date Published: Apr 27, 2023
The Technology Development Pilot Project (TDPP), which Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation (QPI) launched with a call for proposals to be submitted in July 2021, awarded funding in November 2021 to three research projects.
WE-CAN client, Ombaashi Applied Technologies, providing leading-edge UAV training
Date Published: Apr 19, 2023
Maureen Shemrock is the owner of Ombaashi Applied Technologies, a Kingston-based company empowering individuals through training and the professional use of Remote Piloted Aircraft Systems.
Kingston, Ont. focusing on skills, education for an EV-centric future
Date Published: Apr 06, 2023
As one of Ontario’s post-secondary-rich areas, there is a growing movement in the Kingston region to fill the skills gap in the transition to electric transportation.