Big Ideas for Diversifying Alberta’s Economy

The Alberta Council of Technologies (ABCtech) advocates for the commercialization of disruptive technologies that will place Alberta and Alberta companies at the forefront of emerging economies.  Through the creation of cross-discipline and cross-industry dialogue on emerging technologies and their impact on us, the global citizen, we germinate unique opportunities for collaboration amongst stakeholders who may otherwise not interact.  ABCtech achieves this through a series of carefully constructed and executed events.


  • RISING STARS – Personalized Healthcare Innovations

    RISING STARS Symposium – Personalized Healthcare Innovations Tuesday, October 23rd Chateau Louis Conference Centre – Edmonton LEARN, ENGAGE, DECIDE – FUN! Health services are rapidly maturing, as technology, innovation and enterprise focus on personalizing service.  ABCtech is off...

    October 23 @ 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Alberta Clean Technology Industry Alliance (ACTia) – Cleantech in Alberta Conference

    Building a successful cleantech company requires a mix of ingredients that are challenging to assemble, ranging from technology and funds to intellectual property, strategic partners and customers, and the right talent. What are the public support mechanisms that can help Alberta’s cleantech ventu...

    October 24 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • 4th Annual Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Data Management Conference at NAIT

    Learn from thought leaders and technology innovators With the fast emergence of big data, artificial intelligence & machine learning, DMC’s 4th annual conference offers you the insights, skills & knowledge to navigate through this rapidly changing landscape. You will hear from Dr. Ziya Ma,...

    October 25 @ 8:00 am - October 26 @ 5:00 pm

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Offering more than a gateway to Alberta’s technology industry associations

but also links to the tools and information Alberta businesses need to commercialize their technologies and fund their growth