On June 10th 2015, Altitude Accelerator brought together students and professors from Sheridan College School of Applied Computing, local technology startups and entrepreneurs, and Microsoft Canada representatives to help pair innovative ideas with excellent resources at Tech Collision Day!
Entrepreneurs were able to network with and engage in conversations with students and staff from four Sheridan College tech programs:
- Mobile Computing
- Systems Analysis
- Information Systems Security
- Technology Support
For many startups, finding the right talent to help build their technology is often a challenge. We welcomed Philip Stubbs, Associate Dean of the School of Applied Computing, and Peter Wheeler, Applied Computing Professor, to present the many programs and opportunities available for startups to work with students at Sheridan College through capstone projects and co-op placements.
Altitude Accelerator would like to thank Sheridan College and Microsoft Canada for their partnership on Tech Collision Day. The entrepreneurs and startups from Altitude Accelerator, I-Cube, HumberLaunch, Mississauga Business Enterprise Centre and Brampton Entrepreneur Centre found lots of value from networking and making connections.