#147 Why Johnny Can't Innovate: Canada's Tech Sector
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#147 Why Johnny Can’t Innovate: Canada’s Tech Sector
Canada's tech sector is hemorrhaging talent. Between tax credits, targeted R&D programs, and Trudeau's cheerleading, can we stop the bleeding?
August 15, 2016

Earlier this summer, thirty Canadian bankers, industry leaders, and entrepreneurs got together a cottage in the Muskokas to figure out how to “fix” the tech industry. Entrepreneur Dan Debow was there.

Dan Debow is an angel investor, adjunct University of Toronto law professor, and was part of the founding teams at Rypple and Workbrain.

Dan Debow’s Twitter: @ddebow

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