Alberta-Jalisco Innovation and Commercialization program
The Alberta-Jalisco Innovation Commercialization program was created in 2009, following the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Government of the State of Jalisco, Mexico and the Government of Alberta.
The aim of the program is to provide for-profit small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from the two partner jurisdictions with assistance in establishing global partnerships, as well as accessing funding to support strategic, industry-driven commercialization projects that involve novel and innovative products and materials.
Alberta Innovates will also work with SMEs in matchmaking initiatives and engaging the Jalisco market. Alberta Innovates and State Council of Science and Technology of Jalisco (COECYTJAL) are seeking to generate economic and social benefits for both Alberta and Jalisco.
This collaborative program is intended to improve opportunities for joint projects in innovative technology development, as well as commercialization activities between Alberta and Jalisco in the priority areas of ICT (mobile, security, IoT and data analytics), robotics and artificial intelligence, life sciences (e-personal health, e-health and e-agriculture) and clean energy (environmental tech and green tech).
Learn more in the video below.
Call for Applications
The most-recent Call for Applications for this program closed on May 4, 2018.
Applications for this program were submitted to Jalisco@albertainnovates.ca.
Prospective applicants must be familiar with program documentation prior to applying:
Program Contact Information
Name: Deryl Williams
Title: Manager, Global Partnerships