Events for September 20, 2022 – Digital Nova Scotia – Leading Digital Industry

The Bookkeeping Bootcamp

IGNITE Labs Yarmouth 208 Main St, Yarmouth

The Bookkeeping Bootcamp will take place on Tuesday afternoons between September 20 to November 22, 2022. Each class is in person. Classes are 4 hours per week (1 - 5pm). The course is 10 weeks long. Classes are held at Ignite Labs in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Participants are expected to attend a minimum of 80% of all sessions. Attendance is limited to 12 participants. Participants must either own a business or be in a management position. The Bookkeeping Bootcamp is a FREE professional development course. The course is supported by Nova Scotia Workplace Education, Yarmouth CBDC and Ignite Labs. The instructor is Julie Walters, owner of Pathfinder Bookkeeping & Tax. Pathfinder’s mission is to: provide knowledge and support to small businesses in rural Atlantic Canada, allowing you to grow and spread wealth.

Trade Mission to Nunavut Trade Show and Conference

AWG Complex and Aqsarniit Hotel Iqualuit

Event Overview Are you interested in expanding your company’s export reach into Northern Canada? Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI) is currently recruiting Nova Scotia companies interested in being a Co-exhibitor within the Nova Scotia Pavilion at the Nunavut Trade Show & Conference taking place in Iqaluit, Nunavut from September 20–22, 2022. The Nunavut Trade Show and Conference is Northern Canada’s largest annual business-to-business event, bringing together all levels of government, Inuit Corporations, Nunavut & southern businesses, investors, and entrepreneurs for three days of powerful networking. The conference sessions cover Nunavut’s most pressing issues and developments covering topics such as economic development support and opportunities, innovation, infrastructure, energy, fisheries, partnerships, and much more. With over 100 exhibitors and 400 delegates this show is a must for anyone doing business in Nunavut. As a Co-exhibitor in the Nova Scotia Pavilion, each company will receive: Two exhibitor passes - one of which will be upgraded to a full delegation pass Space for a pop-up banner (to be provided by the company) Invitation to the Nova Scotia Meet and Greet, Nova Scotia’s private networking reception with potential buyers and partners Company profile listing in the Nova Scotia Participating Company Directory (company to provide profile and logo)

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How Nova Scotia Companies Hired 20+ International Senior Developers through VanHack

Online

You’ve likely heard much talk around the tech talent crunch and how many companies are struggling to find developers. Finding good talent can indeed be challenging, but the important question here is how narrow is your search? Are you looking beyond your local markets? In this webinar, VanHack will be joined by two Nova Scotia entrepreneurs and will tell you how they’ve worked together to build a more international hiring strategy.

Atlantic CIO Briefing

VOLTA 100-1505 Barrington Street, Halifax

Hybrid Event | October 6, 2022 from 9:00 – 10:30 am EDT | 10:00 – 11:30 am ADT Two ways to attend this exciting session – in-person or virtually! TECHNATION works with CIO leaders from across Canada at all levels of the public sector.  After hosting a well-attended virtual CIO briefing session in June 2021, we are back hosting a hybrid event to profile more amazing forward-thinking leaders from the Atlantic Region to discuss critical issues and to identify digital acceleration opportunities for government services (including ongoing Covid recovery and response). This curated dialogue will create an open and transparent value exchange between industry and government; increased awareness of current challenges and opportunities; and identify opportunities for innovative, citizen-centric digital solutions and collaboration, partnership, and co-creation. TECHNATION will host this important briefing with a hybrid format to allow speakers to participate from throughout the region and attendees from across Canada. Speakers: Natasha Clarke, Chief Digital Officer (CDO), Associate Deputy Minister (ADM) at Service Nova Scotia and Internal Services, Government of Nova Scotia Dr. Gail Tomblin Murphy VP Research and Innovation and Discovery and Chief Executive Nurse, Nova Scotia Health Authority In-person Attendance: Date: October 6, 2022 Location: VOLTA 505 Barrington […]

Javascript Coding Fundamentals

Online

Webinar Registration Topic Javascript Coding Fundamentals Description In this FREE webinar, Eleanor Smith will provide some high-level details on our beginner-level certificate, JavaScript Coding fundamentals. She will discuss how the view of coding as a mass literacy has informed the design of the course, highlighting the idea of coding as a hands-on way to develop computational thinking. If you’re interested in learning coding skills and JavaScript, this webinar is a great place to start. Time Sep 20, 2022 12:00 PM in Halifax

Annual General Meeting and Member Lunch

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On Tuesday, September 20 2022, the Digital Supercluster will host our Annual General Meeting, including a panel conversation among B.C. tech and innovation leaders around the current state of B.C. and Canada’s technology ecosystem and what B.C. is doing to foster and grow Canadian technology. Following our AGM business, we are pleased to present a networking lunch with our community of Members and Associates. We are excited to bring Digital Supercluster Members together to reconnect at this first major in-person gathering following a two-year hiatus. Please note this is for Members only, registration details have been sent separately.

Virtual Event: Local Government National Insights – Summer Edition

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Event Overview Delivering Services that Protect our Environment and Prioritize Social Equity and Strong Governance With the increased interest in the impact of climate change and social equity, municipalities are getting to grips with how to prepare for a more resilient future. The pandemic has pushed ESG themes (Environment, Social, and Governance) to the very top of the agenda. The growing population is now demanding more sustainable infrastructure and resources, amidst economic shortfalls. Citizens are becoming increasingly vocal about the need for municipalities to establish a clear framework for safeguarding economic and social inclusion. By adopting ESG strategies, local governments can simultaneously create opportunities and investments to tackle sustainability, improve quality of life and pursue smart growth. Municipalities are leveraging opportunities to develop a roadmap for establishing and meeting ESG benchmarks and priorities. Critical to local governments’ success, is their ability to learn from best practice and fulfill their social and economic mandate while accounting for the welfare of all their constituents. The summer edition of Public Sector Network’s Local Government virtual event series will equip attendees with the tools and insights they need to move towards a more sustainable future and improve economic and social inclusion.