The technology and innovation sector in Newfoundland and Labrador is a significant economic driver, where local technology companies contribute in excess of $1.6 billion to economy each year, employing almost 4,000 people in the province, with a customer base that spans the globe. As other industries begin to focus on digitalization, the cumulative economic impact of the technology and innovation sector is even greater, employing more than 8,700 people locally.
NATI helps its members create new possibilities through technology and innovation. Through the delivery of day-to-day programs and services, expanding business development opportunities, building capacity to support accelerated growth, and advocating on the issues that are most important to the sector, NATI is committed to working with members, industry and partners to help local technology companies scale-up and grow; create a talent pipeline to further fuel the growth of the sector; and work together with other industries as they move toward digitalization. The technology and innovation sector in Newfoundland and Labrador has a compelling story to tell – one of growth, innovation and incredible potential. Read the latest here:
Providing strategic direction to NATI leadership, the Board of Directors is the governing body that helps shape the agenda of the
Thank you to all members and partners who joined us for the NATI Summer Social! We were happy to have more than 100 partners and m
On the heels of the public release of the McKinsey Report and Budget 2019, the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Technology
The Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Technology Industries (NATI) membership elected its 2018/19 Board of Directors at the
Wendy Taylor, Outreach Officer, Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (Public Services and Procurement Canada) will provide an overview on ‘Doing Business with the Government of Canada’.Oct 3 - Oct 3, 2019