IBM Canada has announced that it will be developing a “client innovation centre” that will bring 250 new jobs to New Brunswick. The $4.8M centre will be backed by the provincial government and will offer consulting services in technology design, construction, testing, and operation. Atlantic region partner for IBM Sheldon Miller said that the location was chosen in part because of the region’s strong postsecondary programming. “When we look at jurisdictions where we locate client innovation centres, it’s really looking at the pipeline of talent to be able to sustain an organization or enterprise of this scale,” said Miller. CBC| Global News| NB Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.