UP Conference Aims to Unite Prairie Tech

Uniting the Prairies, or UP, is a conference where the top venture capitalists, angel investors, prairie expats and tech leaders will come together in Saskatoon on May 2–3 to share knowledge and experience with the tech community in fireside chats, breakout sessions and networking opportunities.

The conference is presented by Co.Labs, an Innovation Place tenant located in Saskatoon, with support from tech hubs across the prairies, including Cultivator, Regina's first business incubator, located at Innovation Place in Regina.

UP has announced a dazzling roster of speakers that includes Katherine Regnier of Coconut Software and Jeff Dyck of Mentor Graphics, both Innovation Place tenants located in Saskatoon, alongside representatives from prairie-born SkipTheDishes and ecommerce giants Shopify, to name a few.

The conference is open to anyone—from CEO to software dev, and from enterprise to startup—looking to build community connections and develop skills relating to product, growth and strategy.

To learn more about the conference and to purchase tickets, visit the website.

- April 25, 2019