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Summit will focus on taking innovation to market

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World attention was focused on Toronto last month as the city hosted Collision, North America's fastest-growing tech conference.

The event provided a platform for Canada's top startups and entrepreneurs to showcase their talents before an audience of over 25,000 delegates representing more than 125 countries. Among those in the spotlight were leading technology firms from Hamilton that are flourishing in the digital economy.

This event drove home two important truths relevant to our local community — Toronto has arrived as an international tech hub and Hamilton is a vital element of our region's overall value proposition. That's why the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce is working hard to strengthen connectivity and encourage co-operation among neighbouring communities.

This priority drives our Chamber's participation as a founding member of Canada's Innovation Corridor, a dynamic region that spans Southern Ontario. It's the nexus of key industrial sectors — including advanced manufacturing, life sciences and goods movement — enabled by new and emerging technologies in areas such as robotics, AI and biotech. We've joined more than a dozen other Chambers of Commerce and Boards of Trade that extend from........

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