THINK: Innovation Ecosystem

Recent reports indicate that Ontario’s innovation economy is headed in right direction.

An innovation economy brings sustainable jobs, economic well-being and, we hope, a brighter future. Such an economy is made up of a complex web of infrastructure, people, and investment. None of us can make it happen alone and it’s our diversity that is our strength.

How do we bring this diversity together? Like oxygen, advanced digital infrastructure invisibly empowers Ontario’s innovation ecosystem. It’s the lifeblood that connects the intricate network to the global grid of like-minded expertise and essential data.

Find out how scientists, educators, students, clinicians, politicians, funders, entrepreneurs and citizens are collaborating to solve society’s biggest problems. And why you can’t afford to not be part of the living innovation ecosystem.

Who should attend:

  • Technology leaders from healthcare, research and education institutions
  • Technology champions including researchers, students, educators, librarians, policy makers, and innovation community leaders

What they say:

  • “I wanted to see what innovation was happening in education K-12 and then see how that translated to post-secondary and also industry. Having all three sectors there was very important.” — Ministry of Education attendee
  • “I enjoyed the conference, its location, logistics, and contents. I had not planned to stay for the whole day, but I managed to reschedule my other commitments to stay for the whole day.” — York University attendee
  • “My primary objective for attending was networking and being exposed to the latest trends in keeping up with digital technology.” — SHARCNET attendee
  • “The conference was very well organized, and I would strongly recommend it!” — District School Board of Niagara attendee

Previous THINK Conferences

THINK 2018: Innovation Ecosystem

THINKOpen 2017 Conference


diTHINK 2016 Conference

2015 THINK Conference

2014 THINK Conference

2013 THINK Conference