Innoventure launches to Asian Businesses for registration

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  • (1888PressRelease) November 18, 2021 - WORLDiscoveries® at Western University in partnership with the Centre for Advanced Computing and Queen’s University Partnerships and Innovation have launched a web platform designed to match small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with potential partners from around the world based on the expertise and fields of interest of both parties using Artificial Intelligence (AI).

    Businesses in Asia can explore a vibrant landscape of SMEs in Canada and subscribe for AI-assisted matching to find opportunities that meet their criteria for partnership. Both SMEs and partners are screened before being admitted to the platform to ensure quality matches are made.
    The development and launch of InnoVenture comes amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. As traditional business development activities have been stymied by social distancing, business closures, and conference cancellations, InnoVenture allows for business development among Canadian SMEs and international partners to happen virtually.

    Upon creating a partner profile, partners can view SME profiles within the InnoVenture database. If an AI assisted match is created, you will be notified by our administrators and you will be offered the option of partnership consultation by our WORLDiscoveries® Asia Business Development Officers.

    Register now at We are now open to registrations for both SMEs and business partners.

    About WORLDiscoveries: Born out of a partnership between Western University, Robarts Research Institute and Lawson Health Research Institute (collectively known as the Partners), WORLDiscoveries draws upon a mix of industry connections, sector-specific market knowledge and business development expertise, to help researchers and local inventors commercialize their discoveries through licensing and new company start-ups.
    About the Centre for Advanced Computing (CAC): The CAC at Queen’s University specializes in secure, advanced computing resources and support for academic and medical clients. In addition to reliable, secure computing, CAC has been successful in delivering world-class research high performance computing environment, storage resources, and support to over 400 Canadian research groups, comprising some 2100 researchers working in a variety of fields.

    About Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation (QPI): QPI supports the Research Portfolio’s mission to be an essential catalyst for advancing research and knowledge mobilization, strengthening Queen’s local, national and global impact.

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