Q&A: Glendalynn Dixon Talks Disrupt HR

Disrupt HR is an event designed to shake up the human resources practice with innovative speakers teaching new approaches. Glendalynn Dixon, of Glendalynn Dixon Professional Services, spoke at the London event. We caught up with Glendalynn to talk about her involvement with Disrupt HR and what she thinks the HR world still needs to learn.…

Blog: Who is Going to Do It? (Part 4)

Note: This post was originally written by TechAlliance EIR Colin Macaulay. Sidebar: I have been using my biotech startup experience to encourage new life-science entrepreneurs to develop their own technologies and to avoid some common pitfalls in their startup journeys. Through this mentoring process I have encountered several common issues that I try to explore…

Blog: The Unanimous Shareholder’s Agreement (Part 3)

Note: This post was originally written by TechAlliance EIR Colin Macaulay. Sidebar: I have been using my biotech startup experience to encourage new life-science entrepreneurs to develop their own technologies and to avoid some common pitfalls in their startup journeys. Through this mentoring process I have encountered several common issues that I try to explore…

Blog: Sidetracked (Part 2)

Note: This post was originally written by TechAlliance EIR Colin Macaulay. Sidebar: I have been using my biotech startup experience to encourage new life-science entrepreneurs to develop their own technologies and to avoid some common pitfalls in their startup journeys. Through this mentoring process I have encountered several common issues that I try to explore…

Blog: How to choose the right SR&ED tax credit consultants?

This blog was originally written by Dmitry Brusilovsky, CEO, SRED Unlimited. What is an SR&ED Consultant? SR&ED stands for the Scientific Research and Experimental Development tax credit program, which is available to companies operating in Canada in a variety of industries who invest and engage in experimental development in Canada. Click here to see a list of some industries to which SRED might…

Blog: Claiming Overhead for SR&ED

This blog was originally written by Dmitry Brusilovsky, CEO, SRED Unlimited. While the SR&ED claiming guidelines can sometimes seem nebulous, there are some clear truths we can draw from it. One is that there are options that work better based on the size of your company. Some options work better for bigger companies, and others for…

Blog: It’s a Great Time to be an Entrepreneur (Part 1)

Note: This post was originally written by TechAlliance EIR Colin Macaulay. Sidebar: I have been using my biotech startup experience to encourage new life-science entrepreneurs to develop their own technologies and to avoid some common pitfalls in their startup journeys. Through this mentoring process I have encountered several common issues that I try to explore…

Blog: SR&ED Uncertainty and SR&ED Advancement

This blog was originally written by Dmitry Brusilovsky, CEO, SRED Unlimited. Two key criteria for SR&ED eligibility are the presence of Technological Uncertainties and Technological Advancements. When faced with the former, a company presses on in hope of the latter. But that definition is very relative, short, and not terribly comprehensive, so let’s explore more…

INVORG: Mary’s Story

This blog was written by Joseph Edward of INVORG. Mary’s life story encouraged 13 Community Support Services (CSS) agencies in the region of Huron Perth, Ontario, Canada to come together and form a virtual organization. The virtual organization exists to improve the service delivery, and to provide enriching client experience to seniors and caregivers. Innovation…