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First Firms Join Global Hypergrowth Project, Minister Ng Reveals

When innovative Canadian companies act as anchors in their communities, they create good jobs and build support for small businesses. The Government of Canada is committed to creating the best conditions to foster and grow more Canadian trailblazing companies-helping to ensure that our economy is strong here at home, but also that our businesses grow into leaders around the world.

Today the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development, joined by Rechie Valdez, Member of Parliament for Mississauga-Streetsville, and a selection of panel members, announced the first eight businesses to lead Canadian innovation as part of the Global Hypergrowth Project.

The businesses include:

  • Ada Support Inc.
  • AlayaCare Inc.
  • Clarius Mobile Health Corp.
  • CellCarta Biosciences Inc.
  • Clio (Themis Solutions Inc.)
  • Duchesnay Pharmaceutical Group
  • Lightspeed Commerce Inc.
  • Vive Crop Protection Inc.

The Global Hypergrowth Project will provide each firm with dedicated wraparound support that is tailored to its needs. A dedicated account executive will act as a champion for the company, providing mentorship and expertise, facilitating connections to federal resources and helping navigate today’s business ecosystem. This includes help with expanding internationally, acquiring talent, navigating funding opportunities, protecting intellectual property, identifying export opportunities and participating in procurement processes.

Ultimately, by working with these firms and federal partners, Global Hypergrowth Project account executives will identify opportunities to create innovative pathways to help businesses grow. This will enable our Global Hypergrowth Project firms to scale globally, while keeping their roots in Canada, creating good Canadian jobs and growing our economy.

Firms were selected after an initial public callout and a rigorous and independent evaluation process. A private sector panel of experienced business leaders supported the process by reviewing submissions and offering recommendations.

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