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The MIST Program is Here!

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If you have a tech-based startup and have technology that improves the delivery of public services, this might be your day.

Innovation Saskatchewan is accepting applications for its new Made in Saskatchewan Technology (MIST) program.

MIST is designed to improve public service delivery in government through products from Saskatchewan technology-based companies. If chosen, your business could receive a government contract of up to $10,000, feedback and validation from users, and leads with other ministries, agencies and Crown corporations . Your company must be based in Saskatchewan, among other criteria.

The team at Square One knows Saskatchewan tech scene is hot, but Tina Beaudry-Mellor, Saskatchewan’s innovation minister said  “Saskatchewan is home to a thriving technology sector, and the MIST program is another way the government can encourage its growth.”

If accepted, companies and their technologies will be offered to ministries, agencies and Crown corporations to identify partnerships.

The best part? Applications are being accepted on an ongoing basis. To learn more and how to apply visit www.innovationsask.ca.

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