Bioenterprise is proud to announce that Colin Farnum, former senior director at Maple Leaf Foods, has accepted a position as chairman of the Bioenterprise Board of Directors. Farnum has a rich history with agriculture and food technology, having served as
It’s Time to Talk About UTIs (It’s not as Scary as you Think!
Faraz Nomani, and Derek Oh founders of SZIO+, are making sure of that. Their brand, Utiva, launched Canada’s first home based Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) test and a clinically
Tillsonburg, ON (March 16, 2020) - A group of Canadian agri-business partners is pleased to announce the launch of a new private equity fund, focused on investment in Canadian ag innovation, small business growth and entrepreneurship
The $23.5-million Ag Capital Canada
Natural Products Canada (NPC) is pleased to announce its investment in NovoBind Livestock Technologies (NovoBind).
February 28, 2020
NPC joins an impressive roster of corporate, strategic and private investors who see the tremendous market potential in NovoBind's platform to create custom biologicals
For immediate distribution
Date: Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Bioenterprise and Fanshawe College collaborate to bring the leading-edge expertise of the Centre for Advanced Research and Innovation in Biotechnology (CARIB) to emerging agri-food companies.
(London, Ontario) – Fanshawe College’s Centre for Research and Innovation has signed an
Get More Sales Corporation is proud to announce the launch of their first book - Sales Made Easy for Entrepreneurs. It is the culmination of many years helping companies grow their revenues, simplified down to 100 pages. Available in paperback
How this Canadian pet food company is breaking new ground on and offline!
Guelph ON, January 9, 2020 - While a robust and nutritious line of pet food may not be the first idea you associate with Canada, quality and community are certainly
Better Farming Magazine
(December 2019 issue)
by Jim Algie
Amid increased import market competition, some dairy farmers and processors find opportunities to sell products made with milk from grass-fed cattle.
Bill van Nes likes few things better than watching his cows tackle fresh grass