Ontario Tourism Innovation Lab Seeks to Spark New Ideas in Windsor Essex

Windsor, ON – Founding Partners Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island, Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation and Libro Credit Union officially announced the Ontario Tourism Innovation Lab at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts today.

This new tourism incubator is being launched with a pilot in Windsor Essex, Ontario, in 2018, and then will be expanded to other regions in the province next year. Its goal is to find, foster and support new tourism ideas, experiences and collaborative partnerships that will enhance the region’s current offerings, motivate travel and increase visits.

“The positive response from our partners and supporters has inspired us”, said Justin Lafontaine, Project Lead for the Windsor Essex Pilot. “Through those networks, we are looking forward to receiving applications from all corners of our region and our diverse communities.”

The Lab’s “Spark” Program will match selected participants with a tourism industry mentor and provide a $3,000 grant to help take their idea to the next level of development or implementation.

“We are proud to be the first region in Ontario and a Founding Partner for this initiative, leading tourism innovation in the province and showcasing what we have to offer and where we can take you” said Gordon Orr, CEO of Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island.

Participants will also gain access to a network of tourism innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders, and receive a guide outlining other resources and support services provided by their partners. This is the first program of its kind for tourism development in the province.

Applications from individuals, small businesses and non-profit organizations based in the City of Windsor and/or the County of Essex will be accepted from June 12 to August 1, 2018. After a review process, the top applicants will be invited to a Pitch Session in October where the 2018 program participants will be selected.

“Providing tourism mentors and a source of start-up financial support is critical to nurturing innovators and ideas that will grow tourism and economic prosperity in the region” said Lori Atkinson, Regional Manager, Essex Kent and Coach, Libro Credit Union.

The initiative is being led by Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island, with support from a broad range of partners including Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation, Libro Credit Union, VIA Rail Canada, Pelee Island Winery, University of Windsor EPICentre, Caesars Windsor, Vistaprint, and over 20 community organizations and businesses representing the diversity of the Windsor Essex region.

For more information visit www.tourisminnovation.ca.


Fundica Roadshow Toronto – June 28th

Are you a startup looking for funding?

Apply to pitch in front of a panel of top investors at Fundica’s Roadshow event June 28th in Toronto.

Don’t miss this opportunity to win a $500,000 grand prize investment award from Panache Ventures!

Sign up here before the June 16th deadline: fundicaroadshow.com/pitch

Science Rendezvous: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (May 12)

A FREE science festival open to everyone passionate about science and discovery! Join us for a day of mind-blowing demonstrations and exciting exhibits on Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 10AM-4PM. The event will be held in the Education Gym and CAW Centre on the University of Windsor campus.

This year’s theme is STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math! Don’t miss our thrilling chemistry and physics shows among other activities to be announced soon. Those who complete their science passports by visiting each booth are eligible to win amazing raffle prizes! Scroll down to see a list of all our supportive raffle donors!

Attention all grade 11 & 12 students in Windsor-Essex! Enter our STEAM Survival Challenge for a chance to win one of three $500 scholarships to study in the UWindsor Faculty of Science! The winning projects will be announced and on display at Science Rendezvous Windsor on May 12! Check out this link for instructions and rubric: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pzaBhbSq1GRehREGNXXGvKKfeLNkAe_P/view?usp=sharing


A pass for FREE PARKING will be posted soon for all attendees and food will be available to purchase.

Stay updated by following us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or email Keren Bernal and Maisha Ahmed, our Student Co-Chairs of the Science Rendezvous Windsor 2018 Organizing Committee at sruwindsor@gmail.com for more information!

2018 Vital Signs

WindsorEssex Community Foundation’s 2018 Vital Signs® survey is here and they want to hear from YOU! Let’s hear what you think of the quality of life in Windsor/Essex. The Vital Signs® survey is used as a component of the Vital Signs® report.

Released each October, the Vital Signs® report combines national, provincial, and local data with residents’ views of important issues. The Vital Signs® report is used as an educational resource to engage the Windsor/Essex community in ongoing dialogue of what Windsor/Essex is doing well and where assistance is needed most so we can make our community an even better place to live, work, play and grow.

Visit www.wecf.ca to complete the survey today. Those who complete the survey in full have the opportunity to enter for a chance to win $100! Let’s hear your voice Windsor/Essex!

KELCOM’s 10th Wireless Symposium & Vendor Fair

You’re invited to KELCOM’s 10th Annual Wireless Symposium & Vendor Fair on March 21, 2018!

KELCOM Wireless is proud to offer a unique full day event for our loyal business clients. Speak with leading industry experts, see products demos from our vendors and take advantage of our free learning sessions and presentations!

1:00am – 12:00pmApple Presents DEP: Secure, manage and deploy your devices to do more than just talk, text and email. Join Apple to discuss approaches and learn best practices to deploy your devices and amazing apps that scale to your workforce.

12:30pm – 1:30pmTELUS Presents 5G and IoT: Ben Cowan from the TELUS Broadband Network Engineering Team will present the TELUS 5G network deployment strategy with a focus on 5G networks enabling small and medium businesses in a connected world. *Lunch session*

2:00pm – 3:00pmSOTI MobiControl MDM: SOTI is the world’s most trusted leader in enterprise mobility management. SOTI MobiControl is a unified enterprise mobility solution that provides the ability to securely manage mobile devices, applications, content, and email. With MobiControl advanced management and security, enterprises can optimize the benefits of mobility while ensuring a clear separation between corporate and personal device usage. Learn about SOTI SNAP – the new built in mobile forms solution.

3:00pm-4:00pmFleet Complete – Know where your fleet goes, know what your fleet does! Our Fleet Management solutions enables you to track the physical location of your vehicles and mobile workforce in real-time with GPS fleet tracking, helping your company: significantly reduce fuel & insurance costs; improve driver safety; reduce operating & maintenance expenses; decrease your environmental footprint; increase profits and margins. Find out more information on HOS!

Innovation Information Forum Windsor

WEtech Alliance and WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation in partnership with Public Services and Procurement Canada, Office of Small and Medium Enterprises and its federal partners present Innovation Information Forum – WINDSOR

Learn what the Government of Canada is doing to bolster innovation and what programs and services are available to help your business!

The Innovation Information Forums are a series of sessions in a number of Ontario communities that will bring together Government of Canada departments and agencies to present current innovation and commercialization programs. Hear from representatives from federal departments and agencies on how their programs and services support innovation in Canada.

Event Information and Host Contacts:

Thursday March 22, 2018
Fogolar Furlan Windsor – 1800 North Service Rd. (E.C.Row) 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Check-in 8:30 am)

Partners, Programs and Services:

Public Services and Procurement Canada – PSPC
Build in Canada Innovation Program

National Research Council of Canada – NRC IRAP and Concierge
Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) and Concierge

Natural Science and Engineering Research Council Canada – NSERC
Industry-Academia Collaborative Grants for Science and Engineering R&D

Federal Economic Agency for Southern Ontario – FedDev
Investing in Business Innovation

Canadian Intellectual Property Office – CIPO
Intellectual Property – The Basics

Canada Revenue Agency – CRA SR&ED
Scientific Research & Experimental Development (SR&ED) – Tax Incentive Program

Please note that space is limited and registration is required.

Forum or contact the Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME).

This event will fill up fast. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. The presentations will be delivered in English. Please contact us for service in French.

Ontario Scale-UP Voucher Program Lunch & Learn

What is the Ontario Scale-UP Voucher Program (OSVP)?

The Ontario Scale-Up Vouchers Program (OSVP) is a four-year, $32.4-million initiative funded by Ontario’s Ministry of Economic Development and Growth and the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Science, and delivered through MaRS, Communitech and Invest Ottawa.

OSVP has a mission to accelerate the growth rate of Ontario-based technology and innovation-based firms into globally competitive firms that drive disproportionate growth in revenue, exports and employment.

What does the program consider to be a technology and innovation-based firm?

  • Information and Communications Technology (ICT)
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Clean Technology
  • Life Sciences


March 15 2018, 12:00-1:00 PM

Light lunch will be provided.


2455 Wyandotte St W,
Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre
Windsor, ON N9B 0C1
Second Floor – Workshop Room

RSVP Required to attend this FREE event, Space is limited, reserve your spot today!


LLM Student Position in Law & Disability: Access to Healthcare for people with disabilities in the community

The Law, Disability & Social Change Project at Windsor Law is looking for an LLM student with research interests in access to healthcare for persons with disabilities to work on a research project on access to medical services in the Windsor Essex region.

The ideal candidate for this position will have a demonstrated interest in access to justice, disability rights, law and health and/or community health, as well as an interest in theoretical frameworks. They must meet the criteria for admission to the Windsor Law LLM program and be offered admission to that program for September, 2018 (The Windsor Law LLM program application deadline is  March 15, 2018; the application is available at this website: http://www.uwindsor.ca/graduate-llm . Please indicate in your application that you are interested in this opportunity.). Funding of $16,000/year will be provided.

The successful applicant will conduct qualitative research as part of their LLM thesis. They will also contribute to a larger team project on access to healthcare for persons with disabilities. This project is run by The Law, Disability & Social Change Project at Windsor Law in affiliation with the Beyond Disability Rehabilitation Network of Windsor Essex. The ideal student should be able to work both independently and as a member of an interdisciplinary team. Students will be supervised by Professor Laverne Jacobs (Windsor Law) and Dr Nathania Liem (HDGH).

Students admitted to either the one-year LLM or the two-year LLM with Certificate in University Teaching & Learning are eligible although students in the two-year program are preferred.

Additional questions may be directed to Professor Laverne Jacobs: ljacobs@uwindsor.ca

Build a Dream March Break Camp


Are you interested in exploring career opportunities in the skilled trades? Do you want to work with your hands? Are you looking for something fun to do and you’re unsure if this is something you would be interested in?

If so, join Build a Dream at Riverside Secondary School to experience a fun filled week learning new skills, working with tools and machines, meeting female role models and exploring a variety of career opportunities.

This camp is FREE and it includes lunch everyday!

On Friday we will be touring Union Gas-Enbridge and learning more about their work and the opportunities they provide. Parents will be invited to join us for lunch to learn more about what their daughters have worked on throughout the week!

Limited spots available! Register today: BuildADreamCamp.eventbrite.ca


Call for Makers: Mini Maker Faire Event Set for Saturday, February 24, 2018

Windsor-Essex is hosting its first Mini Maker Faire event on Saturday, February 24, 2018, at St. Clair College (main campus), 10am-3pm.

Our organizing committee is reaching out to the community in search of individuals/organizations who would make great participants. We have limited space, and want to ensure we have a great mixture of different categories and types of exhibitors, speakers and performers.

If you are interested, please fill out our form to tell us about what you’d like to do/show at the Faire. Here’s the link to the form.

So what’s Maker Faire?

Maker Faire is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly festival of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement.  Part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new, Maker Faire is an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, authors, artists and students. All of these “makers” come to Maker Faire to show what they have made and to share what they have learned.

Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. It’s a venue for makers to show examples of their work and interact with others about it. Many makers say they have no other place to share what they do. DIY (Do-It-Yourself) is often invisible in our communities, taking place in shops, garages and on kitchen tables. It’s typically out of the spotlight of traditional art or science or craft events. Maker Faire makes visible these projects and ideas that we don’t encounter every day.

The launch of Maker Faire was in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2006. In 2017, over 190 independently-produced “Mini Maker Faires” plus over 30 larger-scale Featured Maker Faires has taken place around the world, including Tokyo, Rome, Shenzhen, Taipei, Seoul, Paris, Berlin, Barcelona, Detroit, San Diego, Milwaukee, and Kansas City…and in 2018 will include Windsor-Essex!

St. Clair College Mobile Applications Development Co-op Program

A great opportunity to leverage local Mobile App Development talent.

The St. Clair College Mobile Applications Development (MAD) program is a three-year advanced diploma program. Students in this program are instructed in three streams: developing apps for mobile devices, developing web applications and game development.  The mobile app stream teaches students how to make native apps for Android and iOS devices. The primary languages for this stream are Java and Swift. Students work on development of desktop applications using Java as well.  In the web stream students are learning HTML, CSS, JavaScript, MySQL, and PHP. For game development, they are using Unity and learning C#. They have several other courses that overlap between the streams where they work with data (XML, JSON and databases), learn Agile development methodologies and study Object-Oriented Analysis and Design. Through student projects and assignments, students are given the opportunity to develop applications from concept through to finished product.

For complete specifics about all the courses, please visit: http://www.stclaircollege.ca/programs/postsec/mobile_app_dev/

The students applying for co-op would just be finishing up their 5th semester. The co-op program requires students to obtain a paid co-op for up to 50 weeks.  The co-op is to be completed between their 5th and 6th semester.  Companies that are interested in hosting a co-op student would post a position with us. Students would apply to the position and the company can choose the candidate that they would like to interview.  The company would select the student and present a job offer for a position that is in this field of study.

Students are expected to perform any tasks that would be required of any person fulfilling the position at the employer.  They would be expected to report to work at the same time and for the same duration.  Students will be reviewed periodically throughout their work term and we would ask that the employer assist in the review process.

Please note there are some government funding opportunities available to help offset some of the costs associated with hiring a student in the form of tax credits.

If anyone is interested in having a co-op student or has questions or would like more information, please contact Darren Takaki (ctakaki@stclaircollege.ca) or program co-ordinator Peter Nikita (pnikita@stclaircollege.ca).


TechLife® To Join Tech Week YQG Talent Day

WEtech Allliance is pleased to share that Cowan Insurance Group will be joining us during Tech Week YQG Talent Day on November 15th to share details about techlife®. Cowan Insurance Group has developed a packaged business insurance solution, specifically designed for startups and scale-ups. techlife® was the first to offer benefits that were fully customized to the unique needs of our members.

techlife® is again leading the way with the following benefits for you and your members:

  • Preferred pricing – among the most competitive in the market
  • One insurance service provider
  • A partner your members can grow with
  • Tech experts – they know what they’re doing
  • From off-the-shelf to fully customizable

Learn more by following the links below or visit techlife.cowangroup.ca/cdmn



Call for Nominations: Mayor’s Innovation Award

Celebrating 2017 Mayor’s Awards

Over its 125-year history, the City of Windsor has evolved from the foundations of a small town to becoming a key international city. Along with one of the most breathtaking riverfronts in the world, Windsor celebrates world-class technology, trend-setting businesses, a vibrant cultural community, and first class educational institutions and hospitals.

Windsor can be described simply as – a great Canadian City.

The success of this city is due in large part to the people of Windsor, people who have held fast to their belief in their beloved city and people who have contributed significantly to the Windsor we enjoy today.

In honour of the 125th anniversary of incorporation, Mayor Dilkens will present 25 awards recognizing passionate, community-minded citizens who have helped to make Windsor a “great city.” Awards will be presented in the categories named and described below.

The winners of these awards will have demonstrated an extraordinary effort toward making Windsor a better place, not just for themselves, but for their neighbours, friends and community.

“The city’s 125th anniversary provides us with a unique opportunity to reflect on how far we have come as a city,” said Mayor Drew Dilkens. “Recognizing the people and groups that work hard to help our city thrive is an important part of our city’s 125th celebration. I am particularly interested in nominations for those that have never been recognized for their service to Windsor. I encourage residents to think about the people they know who have quietly given time to making our community a wonderful place to live.”

Application / Nomination Form

Information for Submitting Application/Nomination Forms

  • Nominees must be  Windsor residents.
  • Applications must be completed in full, including references.
  • Nominations may be made in more than one category. Please complete a separate form for each category.
  • Deadline for nominations: Thursday, November 24, 2017 at 4:30 p.m.
  • Winners will be selected by the Mayor and notified on December 8, 2017.
  • Awards will be presented Tuesday, December 19, 2017; specific details to follow.
  • You can complete and submit a Nomination/Application Form in one of three ways:
    • Click the Online Form link above, complete and submit directly online.
    • Click the Manual Form link above, complete, scan and email to celebrating2017@citywindsor.ca.
    • Click the Manual Form link above, complete, and mail it to:
      • Celebrating 2017 Mayor’s Awards
        c/o The Office of the Mayor
        350 City Hall Square
        Windsor, ON. N9A 6S1

Award Categories

[1] Mayor’s Good Neighbour Award: A good neighbour pays attention to the needs of their fellow residents and is the first to offer assistance. This award looks to recognize individuals that carry out small but regular acts of kindness that make a real difference to neighbours and friends.
[2] Mayor’s Team Excellence Award: Working together as a team can have a significant impact on a community project or fundraising venture. This award will recognize a group of four or more people that volunteer their time for a Windsor organization or project.
[3] Mayor’s Diversity Award: This award seeks to celebrate an individual or group that has shown outstanding leadership in fostering inclusion within our diverse community.
Mayor’s Outstanding Youth Awards (4 categories): More than ever, youth are becoming active members of our volunteer force. These awards look to recognize outstanding youth volunteers in four categories.
[4] Mayor’s Outstanding Youth Award: 13 years and younger.
[5] Mayor’s Outstanding Youth Award: 14 to 18 years.
[6] Mayor’s Outstanding  Youth Award: 19 to 24 years.
[7] Mayor’s Team Excellence Youth Award: Groups of 4 or more.
[8] Mayor’s Outstanding Fundraising Award: Many Windsor organizations rely on the time and talent of local volunteers to raise funds for important community projects. This award seeks to recognize a volunteer whose unwavering spirit has been the foundation of fundraising campaigns for one or more organizations in the City of Windsor.
[9] Mayor’s Civic Booster Award: A civic booster is someone dedicated to making their community a better place to live. This award is for someone who deserves recognition for the time they have committed to making Windsor a better place to live, now and in the future.
[10] Mayor’s Civic Booster Youth Award: This award is for someone 18 years or younger who has devoted time to making Windsor a better place to live.
[11] Mayor’s Accessibility Award: The Mayor’s Accessibility Award recognizes an individual, business or organization that has made a difference in the lives of people living with a disability in the City of Windsor.
[12] Mayor’s Celebrating 2017 Arts Award: This award recognizes an individual or organization that, through their volunteerism, has contributed to nurturing and enhancing the arts in the City of Windsor.
[13] Mayor’s Heritage Award: This award looks to recognize an individual or organization that has made an outstanding contribution to preserving the history and heritage of our city.
[14] Mayor’s Senior Award: This award looks to recognize a Windsor resident who is 65 years or older and who has made a significant contribution to a local organization or community effort.
[15] Mayor’s Education Award: Providing good education and learning opportunities is paramount for any community to succeed. This award will recognize someone who has either improved learning opportunities for residents, or brought recognition to Windsor through their own academic achievements.
[16] Mayor’s Healthy Community Award: This award will recognize an individual or organization that has worked to make Windsor a healthier community.
[17] Mayor’s Sports Award: Windsor is home to many successful athletes. This award will honour an individual or group that has brought recognition to Windsor through their achievement in sport.
[18] Mayor’s Athletics and Recreation Award: This award will recognize an individual or group for their efforts to improve athletics and recreation in the city.
[19] Mayor’s Champion of the Environment Award: This award will honour an individual or organization whose action and achievements have shown outstanding environmental leadership.
[20] Mayor’s Safety Award: This award will recognize an individual or group that works to promote the safety of our neighbourhoods and communities. They may help victims of crime, organize to reduce violence or build partnerships to promote safety.
[21] Mayor’s Innovation Award: The recipient of this award will have brought recognition to the City of Windsor as a result of their innovative ideas, research, technologies or processes.
[22] Mayor’s Social Media Award: This award will recognize a local person or organization that has used social media to promote Windsor and its citizens in a positive way.
[23] Mayor’s Mentor Award: This award will recognize a Windsor resident who dedicates personal time to mentoring youth in his or her field.
[24] Mayor’s Inspiration Award: This award will recognize a Windsorite who inspires others through their own actions. This could be someone who overcame great adversity, or someone who continually inspires others to achieve.
[25] Spirit of Windsor Award: The highest honour during our Celebrating 2017 year. This award will be given to a citizen in the community who has shown exemplary dedication to the City of Windsor over a continued period of time.

Tech Start-Ups Take Fast Lane on Autobahn Program

For technology start-up companies that think the automotive industry is all about engines and tires, think again: German automobile makers want your ideas to help make the cars of tomorrow.

The Trade Commissioner Service encourages Canadian automotive IT start-ups/scale-ups  and related technology companies targeting or perhaps thinking of targeting the automotive sector to consider applying for the next round of STARTUP AUTOBAHN  – www.startup-autobahn.com  – which describes itself as “the spirit of Silicon Valley in the hub of mobility engineering”.  Canadian tech start-ups that “may not even have thought about supplying the automotive industry” might be well-timed to apply for the fourth round of STARTUP AUTOBAHN, a new innovation initiative to get technology start-ups to working directly with a key automobile maker in Germany.

Named for the high-speed German highway “Autobahn”—the only one in the world without a speed limit—STARTUP AUTOBAHN “is about accelerating joint projects between young technology companies and our corporate partners,” the program’s web site states.

STARTUP AUTOBAHN claims to be Europe’s largest innovation platform driven primarily by the German automotive OEM Daimler (Mercedes-Benz, SMART and commercial vehicle brands) in cooperation with Plug and Play of Silicon Valley.   Other corporate partners include Porsche, BASF, HP Enterprise, ZF and DHL. Located in Stuttgart, Germany the platform seeks “hard tech start-ups and scale-ups” at the nexus of IT and the automotive industries.   Examples of topics of interest include IoT, manufacturing, logistics, location-based services, cyber security, biometrics, natural language processing, process optimization, customer experience, and predictive analytics.  A focus on artificial intelligence / machine learning and quantum computing has also been announced.   In a broader sense, any technologies considered to be of benefit to the digital transformation of the automotive sector would be appropriate.

As the name implies, STARTUP AUTOBAHN offers a fast ramp up of early-to-late stage ideas and products by operating a couple of three-month programs annually.  Selected applicants will have the chance to work hand-in-hand with Daimler and other corporate mentors in the maker space ARENA 2036 in Stuttgart, Germany frequently on proof-of-concept projects.  Investment funding possibilities are not at the centre of STARTUP AUTOBAHN but may be available.

Applications for round 4 of the program are now open online – www.startup-autobahn.com – with a deadline of mid-December 2017.  Daimler has recently undertaken tech scouting missions to Canada and is keen to enlist numerous applications from the Canadian tech eco-system.  Selected applicants will begin their three month project in Stuttgart in March 2018.   Three Canadian firms – Acerta, GBatteries and fluent.ai  – were among the 33 companies chosen for round 3.  Daimler and the other corporate partners welcome an even higher level of Canadian participation for the next round.

The Canadian Consulate in Munich attended the first public presentation of the initial round during the “Expo Day” in February 2017 and has since worked closely with Daimler on its tech scouting activities in Canada.  Further thoughts on the suitability of the innovation platform for Canadian tech companies are gladly provided.

Please contact Kurt de Vries, Trade Commissioner covering Automotive and Ground Transportation, at Kurt.DeVries@international.gc.ca or 416-973-0645.

Job Fair – Brave Control Solutions

Brave Control Solutions will be hosting a job fair in order to attract and hire multiple experienced Controls Engineers & Technologists. The event will be held at their Rhodes Drive office in Windsor on Thursday October 26, 2017 from 4:00-8:00PM.


In order to attract Windsor & Essex County’s Top Talent, they will be offering:

  • Guaranteed Interviews for all in attendance
  • Signing Bonuses for successful candidates
  • The chance to win some awesome Door Prizes


Thursday, October 26, 2017
4520 Rhodes Drive, Suite 500

Brave was recently ranked #86 by Canadian Business and PROFIT on their 2017 PROFIT500 List of Canada’s Fastest Growing Companies and is currently the fastest growing Industrial Services Company in Canada. Brave has been recognized on the list for the last 4 years for their significant growth.

“Brave has always been a company focused on growth,” says owner Brent McPhail. “We are always striving to grow ourselves as a team in order to better serve our customers. We’ve been very successful with our current team but we are looking into the future and we see the need to add a lot more horsepower to our engine if we want to keep up our growth at the same pace we’ve been setting.”

If you are a Controls Engineer or Technologist with experience in Siemens & Rockwell PLC & HMI programming, Robot Programming, and Electrical Controls & Panel Design, Brave Controls wants to meet you.

Contact HR@BraveCS.com or call 519-974-9955 for more information.