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Comme quoi on peut virer à 180 degrés une situation. Rien en 2008, puis aujourd'hui, une reconnaissance. On se retrousse les manches et on avance! Nice.:)

 

 

From very little in 2009, the startup tribe there has launched a new incubator last year(FounderFuel), gotten big institutional and government support from the province to create funds to match angel investments and subsidize programmers, built the largest angel group in Canada soon to be one of the largest in North America (AngesQuebec), hosted a successful first international startup festival, pulled off a successful startup competition, and created a vibrant co-working space (Notman House). And it keeps on going.

 

 

 

http://onstartups.com/tabid/3339/bid/75597/The-Big-List-The-Best-and-Worst-Startup-Stuff-In-2011.aspx

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En ligne avec la marque de commerce de Montréal, hub créatif de classe mondiale. Même la création est une question de disponibilité d'argent. Encourageant pour MTL.

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