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Adam Chowaniec,
Chairman of the Board, Tundra Semiconductor Corporation

Building Canadian Entrepreneurial Capacity
By Adam Chowaniec, Chairman of the Board, Tundra Semiconductor CorporationBy Adam Chowaniec, Chairman of the Board, Tundra Semiconductor Corporation

Canadian high-tech companies have two determining attributes: generally they have weaker or less experienced management teams than their competitors, and they are less well financed.

Experienced business talent is in short supply because we have a very small technology sector, and it is very difficult to recruit talent across the border.
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Member Profile: Wayne Karpoff, Yotta Yotta
By JASON GROSSE

"Canadian financers are more conservative. There’s a lack of tech investment here in Canada compared to other major centres in the U.S. Banks are just learning how to deal with technology companies as opposed to more brick and mortar operations."
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Jeffrey Crelinsten

Canadians Need Mentoring in Operating a Commercial Enterprise
By Jeffrey Crelinsten

The Impact Group, in collaboration with Doug Barber, co-founder and former CEO of Gennum Corporation and with support from ITAC, has been conducting interviews with CEOs of R&D-intensive firms for several years, trying to find out from successful, and not so successful, entrepreneurs, what it’s like to run a hi-tech company in Canada.
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