Investing in green future easier said than done for Alberta

Capitalizing on an educated workforce and taking a hard look at taxation would help the province diversify its post-pandemic economy, according to U of A experts

Investing in green future easier said than done for AlbertaGrowing Alberta’s sustainable energy sector alongside its conventional energy backbone might be a short-term remedy for pulling the province out of its current financial crisis, but University of Alberta economists say it won’t necessarily help the province compete globally. Joseph Doucet, dean of the Alberta School of Business, agrees that investment in a greener future…

How fleet management software enriched Enrich

CEO Eric Richer talks about how the company has disrupted the fleet management industry with a special focus on truck rental/leasing

How fleet management software enriched EnrichEric Richer is CEO of Enrich Software Corp. What is Enrich?  Richer: Enrich Software Corp. is a North American leader in providing software solutions in the fleet management industry. This small but mighty tech company is disrupting a traditional industry and providing innovative solutions for the next generation. What does it do? Richer: Enrich has…

Modular home maker aims to be world beater

The resource price crash of 2014 forced Horizon North to turn its old business model on its head

Modular home maker aims to be world beaterA high-end home built by an oil-and-gas logistics company? Now, that’s disruptive technology at work. Disruption is a way of life now for Horizon North, a company that has had to be exceptionally nimble after the resource price crash of 2014 turned its old business model on its head. Created as a spinoff from Mullen…

Technology sector increasingly attractive for Calgary workers

City possesses the right talent to pivot and diversify its economy to other sectors beyond oil and gas: poll

Technology sector increasingly attractive for Calgary workersA poll commissioned by the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University found that 31 per cent of Calgarians working in the oil and gas industry would like to land a job or set up a new business in the financial technology/technology sector. Other key findings of the poll include: men ages 35 to 44…
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