Indigenous IoT Tech Company Grant
Now Accepting Submissions
IoT North Conference is now accepting submissions from Indigenous Owned IoT based technology companies that are interested and able to participate in the exhibition at IoT North Conference 2022, In-person and virtually. Submissions will be accepted up to Saturday, April 30, 2022. Submissions will be reviewed by a committee of industry professionals and rated based on the strength of their story to describe their technology, the nature of their business, the relevance to IoT North Conference and why they want to exhibit.
Companies submitting to receive one of the two available grants, must be prepared to travel and exhibit at IoT North Conference. Each grant covers the investment to exhibit at IoT North Conference only (valued at $3,750.00 CAD).
About The Calgary Foundation
Since 1955, Calgary Foundation (“Foundation”) has been nurturing a healthy, vibrant, giving, and caring community. The Foundation has committed to active reconciliation in accordance with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) 94 calls to action and United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) as an important and integrated part of our culture.
In addition, Calgary Foundation is on a journey of establishing a culture of racial equity focused on the proactive counteraction of race inequities, both inside and outside the organization. Our reconciliation and racial equity journey are intentional.
The Foundation is sponsoring IoT North Conference to cover the cost of exhibiting* for two (2) Indigenous owned IoT Technology Companies to participate in the inaugural exhibition at IoT North Conference, November 15 & 16, 2022 at BMO Centre – Stampede Park in Calgary, Alberta Canada.