A community of innovators, entrepreneurs and artists in Downtown Winnipeg’s West Exchange District equipped with startup space, shared resources and Canada’s largest fabrication lab over four city blocks.
Aligned with North Forge Technology Exchange, we are revitalizing the West Exchange with a new generation of bold, risk-taking innovators, an emergent startup community and many of Winnipeg’s contemporary artistic groups. The creative density of Innovation Alley creates a dynamic network of ideas and people, capable of igniting the new organizations, products and services to fuel the future of our city.
Our Innovation Alley podcast, recorded at 321 McDermot Avenue and hosted by Michael Legary, takes the pulse of the city’s innovation community by profiling entrepreneurs and covering topics like intellectual property law, innovation-based events and all the relevant tech news and opportunities in Winnipeg. Subscribe and keep on top of everything going in the Winnipeg startup scene.
Host Mike Legary talks startup, scalability and keys to entrepreneurial success with Bold CEO and co-founder Yvan Boisjoli.READ MORE
Lessons Learned with Josh Simair from Skip the Dishes
Host Mike Legary and Josh Simair discuss the recent deal with Just Eat and lessons learned from the early days of the startup.READ MORE
Innovation Engineering with inVision Edge’s John Ferris
Dan Blair, John Ferris, and Suzanne Braun discuss innovation engineering and how you can use it to generate ideas for your business.READ MORE
TrapTap: Kickstarter Success & Beyond
Host Mike Legary follows up from last year’s successful TrapTap Kickstarter campaign with founders Bryce North and Dustin Refvik.READ MORE
January Events & Community Updates
Host Mike Legary chats with Emelia Nyarku and Suzanne Braun about upcoming events and changes to the startup space at 321 McDermot Avenue.READ MORE
Innovation Alley Intro
The Innovation Alley Podcast is produced and hosted by Michael Legary, with additional hosting by Kerry Stevenson, Chris Johnson, Dan Blair and Emelia Nyarku. The podcast is researched by Kerry Stevenson, with Michael Legary as digital editor and Emelia Nyarku as community editor.