Made in Saskatchewan Technology (MIST) Program Applications Open

Innovation Saskatchewan is now accepting applications for the Made in Saskatchewan Technology (MIST) program.

The program is designed to find solutions from Saskatchewan technology-based companies whose products may improve public service delivery in government.

Interested tech entrepreneurs and small or early-stage tech companies are encouraged to apply. Successful applicants will receive a government contract of up to $10,000, and have their product validated by and receive feedback from government users. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis.

The MIST program was piloted with ORA, a successful Co.Labs company at Innovation Place in Saskatoon. ORA, founded by Serese Selanders, produces personal safety alert devices. 

For more information visit the website.

About Innovation Saskatchewan

Innovation Saskatchewan is the central agency of the Government of Saskatchewan with responsibility for implementing Saskatchewan’s innovation priorities.

Innovation Saskatchewan is located in the Atrium Building at Innovation Place in Saskatoon.

For more information, visit the Innovation Saskatchewan website

- February 8, 2019