Myant commits $100M to the Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster
Myant is focused on partnering with companies and institutions in order to democratize manufacturing in the functional and computing textile industry and support innovation to make it more accessible to educators, inventors, students, medical professionals, researchers, and idea-makers who will enhance the fabric of Canada
TORONTO, Oct. 11, 2017 /CNW/ – Myant Inc., a rapidly growing technology and advanced manufacturing company in Toronto, confirmed today that it has committed $100-million to the advanced manufacturing supercluster that has been short-listed by the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, as part of the $950-million national supercluster program from the Government of Canada’s Innovation and Skills Plan. Myant is a key partner in the advanced manufacturing supercluster in the Toronto-Waterloo Innovation Corridor (TWIC), which includes companies, universities, health agencies, and not-for-profit organizations such as MaRS, University of Toronto, University Health Network, and IntelliFLEX Innovation Alliance with more than 78 industry partners in Canadian printable electronics, among others.
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