A strong community can promote new ideas and ensure accountability. It can also act as motivation, support, and even provide a little friendly competition. The power of community is undeniable and the Okanagan tech community is no exception.
Our community is strong and growing with record speed and maintaining connection through a period of growth like this can be a challenge. Nobody panic, we’ve got a plan.
We are OKGNtech is a showcase of Okanagan tech entrepreneurs, partners, supporters, and cheerleaders designed to fuel more connection, more growth, and more excitement. Follow along here, on the Accelerate Okanagan blog and on Instagram @OKGNtech to learn more about our growing community and what makes them awesome.
Embrace failure and don’t do it twice.
– Justin Goodhew
CDN Apparel/Graphic Designer
Okanagan College/Accelerate Okanagan
Keep showing up. It opens up new possibilities and reveals different opportunities you may now have known about.
– Jennifer Tedman-Jones
Debbie da Silva
Erin Athene Fisher
Purpose Five/Mint C.R.O.
The Paisley Notebook
Greenspace Mental Health
Elysian Projects Inc./Accelerate Okanagan
Niche Wine Company
Hyper Hippo Games
Tasha Da Silva
Infuse I.T. Inc.
Watch & Ride/Accelerate Okanagan
BC Cancer Agency / Niche Wine Co
Wildflower Healing Arts
You’re constantly improving your swing as a leader, and I think that’s very important.
– Larry Smith
Seattle Angel Conference
NoW of Work Inc
STEM Learning Labs
Let me put it this way, if I were an investor, I would not invest in an entrepreneur if they didn’t have a mentor.
– Jason Lotoski
For me, sucess is simplification.
– Josh Fraser
City of Kelowna
Top Search Result
Green Step Solutions
Transatlantic Legal Services
Build Your Dream Network
Farris, Vaughan, Will & Muprhy LLP
Reid and Associates Financial Solutions
UBC / Dwell In / Freelancer
Ideas without follow through will always just be ideas.
David St Jean
Light House Labs
The art of networking is really the art of interrupting.
Mazu / Soil Mate
Accelerate Okangan / Purppl
If an opportunity scares you a little, it’s probably the best one for you.
Kimmit Wrzesniewski Law
Take your job seriously, don’t take yourself seriously.
Erin van den Brink
Kimmitt Wrzesniewski Law
Bri Spoule & Kristian Depoint
Teacher / Entrepreneur
There’s lots of space for talking, but not enough space for listening.