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  • New Brunswick Startup Improves Public Safety with Artificial Intelligence

    EhEye (pronounced AI) is a New Brunswick-based startup improving public safety and security via the use of artificially intelligent video analytics. The company’s innovative software can automatically detect and extract objects, people, activities, and behaviours of interest from streaming video. CEO James Stewart recently returned from India where he participated in a federally-organized trade mission. An

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  • Thoughts From the Best Employer in Canada’s Telecommunications Sector

    Headquartered in Woodstock, New Brunswick, Xplornet Communications Inc. is one of Canada’s leading broadband service providers. With over 800 employees (over 500 of whom live and work in New Brunswick) and over 300,000 subscribers coast-to-coast, the company continues to see incredible growth both inside and outside of the province. For over a decade, Xplornet has provided innovative broadband

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  • 10 New Brunswick Success Stories for International Women’s Day

    International Women’s Day is the annual recognition of social, cultural, political, and business achievements of women across the globe. To mark the occasion, Opportunities NB (ONB) would like to present a quick roundup of some of our favourite posts highlighting the many awesome businesswomen of New Brunswick. Bethany Deshpande is the CEO and Co-Founder of SomaDetect, a

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  • Panasonic’s New Brunswick Investment: Quick Service Software

    [This post was originally published in March 2016, it has been updated due to an announcement made today by QSS and Opportunities NB] New Brunswick’s Quick Service Software (QSS) provides web-based back office software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions for quick service restaurant clients. QSS services big name customers across the globe, assisting with financial reporting, food and labour cost

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  • This New Brunswick Company is Bringing Innovation to the Dairy Farm

    Over the past year we have met New Brunswick companies using Big Data to revolutionize the food and beverage supply chain, improve municipal infrastructure, and better understand traffic patterns. Fredericton entrepreneur Bethany Deshpande is bringing Big Data to the farm with the launch of SomaDetect, a new agro-tech startup. SomaDetect helps dairy farmers produce the

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  • Calling Tech Professionals: We’re Hiring Now

    New Brunswick is the birthplace of Radian6 and Q1 Labs, who were later purchased by Salesforce.com and IBM respectively and are just two of the exciting companies that form New Brunswick’s vibrant ecosystem. In fact, the Toronto Star named New Brunswick the next startup hub of Canada in 2013. And, the best news of all: New

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  • How This Non-Profit Is Strengthening the Technology Workforce

    Opportunities in the tech sector are growing, and so is Canada’s Aboriginal population. New Brunswick’s Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI) is not only training Aboriginal people to work in the tech sector, we are finding them jobs as well; both in New Brunswick’s world-class industry, and beyond. With JEDI’s October 12th Plenary Navigating the Future in ICT fast approaching, we would like

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  • 7 Great Resources For the Wearable Technology Sector


    The wearable technology market is still quite young in terms of the product life cycle stages. That being said, there is some really interesting developments and great work taking place around the globe, and Opportunities NB (ONB) has been watching with great interest. As a follow-up to our interview with Dr. Erik Scheme earlier this

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