Progress Magazine

Past Issues

  • 2008-04-01


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Cutting the cord

A Dartmouth-based video-on-demand streaming service is looking to take on some Silicon Valley giants on their home turf
by Matt Jamieson

Electrifying Change

A landmark partnership between Tesla Motors and a Dalhousie researcher aims to make the electric-vehicle maker’s batteries cheaper and last longer
by Matt Jamieson

Pain-free posting

Qimple’s app helps companies with hires and is breaking ground with a U.S. accelerator
by Tom Mason

Pushing the boundaries

It has been called a cross between Facebook and Google for chemists. A joint undertaking with data specialists in the University of Prince Edward...
by Tom Mason

Research and Development Report

Stories about our best university researchers, scientists, and entrepreneurs who are energizing our region with ideas and opportunities
by Progress Magazine

Taste of Germany

A small New Brunswick distillery is sharing a 150-year-old distilling tradition
by Craig Pinhey

Truro Progress Report

With a diverse industry base, a dedicated workforce, and a long history of innovation, Truro is one of Atlantic Canada's most business-savvy communities
by Matt Jamieson
Views on the big picture from the publisher.

Limits to growth

So much opportunity and so little time. The next 25 years will see more than $120 billion in mega projects invested in the Atlantic region. From...
by Neville Gilfoy
Perspective on business trends.

Creating a culture of excellence

It’s the core value of any business that plans on sticking around for the long term
by Tom Mason

Great strides

Springboard Atlantic is promoting research culture both within our post-secondary institutions and the private sector
by Mike Randall

The evolution of technology

Today’s powerful machines seem to take on a life of their own. Still, it takes a range of human qualities to bring them to life
by David Holt

Capitalizing on credits

Tax credits can provide a valuable source of growth capital, and many business owners don’t even realize it
by Chris Rafuse

Hitting the growth wall

Plateaus can happen as a business expands, but they don’t need to derail progress
by Wendy Brookhouse
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Last, but certainly not least, is what Jim Meek is saying

Give it up, guys

We shouldn’t let our national leaders off the hook during an election campaign
by Jim Meek