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Five awards were distributed to the winning Atlantic Canadian individuals, companies and supporters at Volta’s fifth annual Ecosystem Impact Awards, proudly supported by RBC and Emera ideaHUB. The event took place at the Dalhousie Ocean Sciences Building in Halifax, NS on September 20, 2023.
The Ecosystem Impact Awards were launched in 2019 to acknowledge and celebrate the changemakers, community leaders and supporters who are rapidly transforming the startup ecosystem in Atlantic Canada.
The award categories include: Catalyst, Community Leader, Disruptor and Positive Impact – one for a company and another recognizing an individual.
The awards were distributed as follows:
The recipients were selected by a panel of judges, composed of regional business and educational leaders. There were more than 70 nominations received.
“We have an incredibly strong community commitment to entrepreneurship and this year’s record number of award nominations is a clear indication of that”, said Volta’s CEO, Matt Cooper. “The 2023 winners and nominees represent the best of our region's innovation and support. We're excited to showcase their achievements and eager to see their future contributions to our region."
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