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Nytric is Awarded at National Conference

Your Workplace is excited to announce the winners of the national award, Top 10 Places Where Employees Thrive. Ten Canadian organizations have won this award for putting belief of their people into practice, and their employees were pleased to speak up about it.

The Top 10 Places Where Employees Thrive awards are aimed at organizations that have created a dynamic and creative workplace by establishing a culture built on collaborative dialogue, trust, clear outcomes, tolerance, and teamwork.

Executing Tech Milestones

Published April 7, 2009 – National Post

Start-ups with good products need to demonstrate value to VCs.

The process of valuing early-stage companies is more of an art than science. This is because traditional valuation methodologies require financial data. But another method venture capitalists use to measure value is a firm’s ability to execute technology

Canadian Vendor wants to take Disk Duplication to Another Level

Published April 6, 2009 – itbusiness.ca

Raptor Innovations International Ltd. of Mississauga, Ont., has released a disk duplication device that enables SMB businesses to duplicate information on CD or DVD, 50 at a time, unattended.

The device is ideal for any business that produces marketing material on CD or DVD media, records seminars for training purposes, trade show handouts or new product/service information.

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We’re Creative Canucks

Published April 06, 2009 – Mississauga News

Most Canadians view one another as being innovative, a national study shows.

The study, commissioned by Mississauga-based innovation consulting firm Nytric Ltd. and released Thursday, also explores Canada’s most recognizable inventions and the relationship between ¬†gender and innovation and education and innovation.

The Next Game Changer?

Published April 3, 2009 – Canadian Business Online

The goalie mask is as Canadian an idea as they come. Indeed, 71% of Canadians know that a fellow Canuck invented the face-saving device, according to a recent survey of 1,508 people by Leger Marketing.