Yukon U, BioEnterprise partner on agri-innovation

Yukon University’s IncubateNorth business incubation program and BioEnterprise Canada, Canada’s Food & Agri-Tech engine, have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on agri-innovation. The partnership will foster collaboration through innovation support, resources, and commercialization services to start-ups, entrepreneurs, research organizations, and businesses in the food and agriculture sector. “This partnership allows us to support Yukoners in food and agribusiness with access to entrepreneurial, mentorship and investment networks across the nation,” said YukonU Innovation & Entrepreneurship Department Head Lauren Manekin-Beille. “YukonU is committed to providing Yukoners with the tools, resources and allies that support northern, place-based economic development – allowing them to play on the national stage.” YukonU Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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