You have been identified in the OCTIE pilot phase

August 11, 2011 at 10:28 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Preliminary findings from the pilot phase of the OCTIE study are encouraging. Using publicly available information, we have identified more than 400 individuals who have participated in the building of about 50 Ontario based technology start-up companies since 2006.

If you have been mentioned in one of our @OCTIEstudy tweets with the tag #OCTIEpf, you have been identified during our pilot phase. 

Please email us (octiestudy at gmail dot com) or message (DM) us your email address on twitter and we will follow up with you. 

We would like to send you an advance copy of the preliminary findings report and give your organisation one last opportunity to join our expanding group of over 50 participating stakeholders representing the most active organisations supporting innovation in Ontario.

The OCTIE research team is releasing preliminary findings this week to win your support for the snowball survey phase of the study.

This study, that is designed to address our collective concerns about low open innovation and collaboration in Ontario, needs you to embrace open innovation and collaboration to deliver valuable insights to the community.

A report of the final results will be shared with the community along with recommendations that can be acted upon by individuals or companies and supporting organisations, and may help inform policy and program discussions at accelerator hubs, supporting networks and across governments.


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