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Making Technology Happen (MTH) describes in detail the techniques used to identify and exploit technology and how to build and manage a technology-intensive company around that technology. It covers

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Making Technology Happen (MTH) describes in detail the techniques used to identify and exploit technology and how to build and manage a technology-intensive company around that technology. It covers

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The following two poster products are available only by local pickup at the Doyletech offices. Call Glenn McDougall at 1.613.266.8900 extension 13 for more information, or to arrange a time for pickup. FamilyTree of Ottawa-Gatineau Technology Companies FamilyTree of Ottawa-Gatineau Technology Companies is a 38″ x 26″ full-colour poster that serves as a ‘genealogy map’ […]

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Humble Beginnings provides further insight into the history of the Ottawa-Gatineau technology industry. This 38″ x 26″ full-colour poster displays pictures of the commercial premises where many of the area’s

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Dennis Senik, Doyletech’s Chief Technology Strategist (CTS), authors two new papers which are generating significant discussion among public policy makers in Canada. In light of today’s economic and

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Doyletech Corporation announces creation of The Technology Transfer Officer’s Toolkit. While the services making up the toolkit are not new to Doyletech, we have elected to package them as a suite

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Doyletech Corporation announces creation of The Economic Developer’s Toolkit. We have packaged some of our most frequently demanded activities into a suite of service offerings for economic development professionals in Canada

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Coming Soon! Please check back here shortly as Rick Clayton will provide a video tutorial on conducting economic impact assessments. Rick has conducted many such assessments over the years and has

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The Canadian Renewable Fuels Association (CRFA) recently released the first-ever comprehensive third party economic impact assessment of renewable fuels investments in Canada by econometric

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Government spends more than one-quarter of GDP, much of it on programs to support policies aimed to improve the common good. This desired result comes down to supporting economic growth: the

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