When Noorudin and Anis Jiwani were in their mid-40s and living in Toronto in the early 1990s, they knew they wanted to slow the pace of their hectic lives and spend more time with their young children.
The core of RUNWITHIT is synthetic intelligence environments — pieces of AI-driven code that act and respond like humans, weather patterns, vehicles, or “whatever is required to create a world around the technology we’re addressing.”
A division of Edmonton Economic Development Corporation (EEDC), Innovate Edmonton contributes to Edmonton’s economic growth and diversification through the creation of new tech-enabled businesses, by helping high potential businesses scale, and by inspiring action to fuel growth in the city’s innovation and entrepreneurship communities
Growing companies need unique support to gain market traction and attract funding. As your company grows, you need to focus on strategy, implement processes, and continue to improve your product. Access industry experts, business services, and a large network of alumni companies through programs, accelerators, and spaces at the ATC and TEC Edmonton.
Entrepreneurship can be overwhelming when you first start exploring the idea of launching a product or opening a business. Startup Edmonton programs connect you with a community of peers, point you towards resources, and help you map out business fundamentals. Startup Edmonton supports entrepreneurs as they start and grow tech companies.
Six publicly funded post-secondary institutions and more than 100,000 students from over 140 different countries provides companies and industry in Edmonton with the exceptional talent needed to succeed in an increasingly competitive world.