• July 31, 2014

    Premier Announces $6 million for Cutting-Edge Innovation Centre

    Premier Christy Clark and Minister of Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Services Andrew Wilkinson were joined by local technology entrepreneurs today to announce that the Province has made a commitment to invest up to $6 million toward the development of the new state-of-the-art Okanagan Centre for Innovation.

    “Becoming the next made-in-B.C. success story like HootSuite or Club Pen...

  • July 30, 2014

    The Kelowna Rockets Go High Tech with GetintheLoop

    Through this partnership, all Kelowna Rockets season ticket holders will receive a GetintheLoop membership that will provide access to premium offers from select establishments throughout the Okanagan, western Canada and eventually across the country.

     “ We are extremely excited to offer our season ticket holders and fans a new way to save money at the finest  golf courses, pubs, rest...

  • July 22, 2014

    Kelowna’s Two Hat Security Partners with Washington DC Firm

    The Two Hat Security team, lead by Chris Priebe, Founder and CEO, is powered by several ex-Club Penguin staffers who were responsible for building tools and teams that helped Club Penguin gain the reputation of being a safe destination for kids around the world. Now, Priebe and his team are taking what they learned and building tools that focus on a user’s reputation rather than the virtues of ...

  • July 17, 2014

    Okanagan Centre for Innovation – Unanimously Approved

    The Okanagan Centre for  Innovation (OCI), proposed for Kelowna’s Downtown Cultural District moved closer to reality earlier this week when it received unanimous approval for a development permit from Kelowna City Council.

    The OCI is an initiative to develop a 9,848 m2 (approximately 106,000 s.f.) building at the corner of Doyle and Ellis, next to the Downtown Kelowna Branch of the Okan...

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