Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole is pleased to announce the opening of a new business in Saint-Hyacinthe. Mareiwa café colombien inc. has set up facilities in the Sainte-Rosalie sector and has already begun production. Founded and managed by young entrepreneur Lorena Meneses, this new sole proprietorship specializes in roasting and distributing high-quality coffee beans. Meneses imports green, 100% […]
Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole is thrilled to announce that a new agri-food processing company has set up shop in Saint-Hyacinthe. DOSE Juice Inc. chose to pursue its activities in the City of Agri-Food Biotechnology, in a new plant that meets its growth needs. Founded in 2013, DOSE makes and sells 100% cold-pressed juices, certified organic by Ecocert. […]
Saint-Hyacinthe has once again been recognized for job creation. It was named Canada’s top job market, based on a study by Ontarian job research group Express Employment Professionals.
After a brief transition period, Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole is now fully up and running. Created by integrating the assets of the Corporation de développement commercial et de Tourisme et congrès St-Hyacinthe (Saint-Hyacinthe commercial, tourism and convention development corporation) in the City of Biotechnology, this new entity is now responsible for economic development in Saint-Hyacinthe. The teams […]
Great news for the City of Agrifood, Veterinary and Agroenvironment Biotechnology in Saint-Hyacinthe. During the Association of University Research Parks’ (AURP) international conference, which ends today in New Orleans, this organization, based in Les Maskoutains, was presented as the Best Emerging Research/Science Park Award during the AURP 2011 Awards of Excellence. The Saint-Hyacinthe location set […]