Bioenterprise is Helping Canadian Agri-Technology Companies Develop Leading Edge Products

Innovation is the key to any entrepreneur’s heart.  Being a start-up or getting through the incubation period can be extremely taxing on the founder and staff members.  Many great ideas die before they ever get a chance to achieve prototype, commercialization or global distribution.

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If you have a great idea, product or service but lack the ability to see it through, don’t panic just yet.  There is people and organizations ready to help.  One of these innovation enhancers is Bioenterprise, based in Guelph, Ontario.

According to the Bioenterprise website:

Bioenterprise Corporation is a business accelerator and commercialization agent, established to help promote the creation, growth and expansion of businesses engaged in Agri-Technologies.  Acting as coach and catalyst, Bioenterprise works with companies at all stages, from start-ups to emerging and well-established businesses.  Through our global network of industry contacts and professionals, we are able to assess the critical components needed to mitigate risks inherent in early stage business.  Bioenterprise works with researchers and entrepreneurs to solidify their results and move them toward commercialization.

Recently I had the chance to visit with Bioenterprise‘s Chairman, Warren Libby about the company and what services it provides to agri-technology companies across Canada.  Having the resources of a company like Bioenterprise can be just what you need to push your agritechnology company over the edge into the mainstream of agriculture.

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Shaun Haney

Shaun grew up on a family seed farm in Southern Alberta. Haney Farms produces, conditions and retails wheat, barley, canola and corn seed. Shaun Haney is the founder of RealAgriculture.com. @shaunhaney

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