BC Business Magazine: BC’s tech industry in 2014

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In the January issue of BC Business Magazine, technology reporter Robert Lewis makes some predictions for a “fresh start” in B.C.’s tech industry. Included in his list is the solidification of Vancouver’s position “as Canada’s hub for the best wearable technology.”

“The city is already bursting at the seams with quality companies in the space: Fatigue Science and its Readiband; Physi-Cal Enterprises and its Mio products; and Recon Instruments, to name but a few. Fatigue [Science] is poised to become tremendously popular among professional athletes (the Vancouver Canucks are already big fans), while Mio and Recon products are some of the best available for those looking to quantify themselves…”

Read the full piece and see the rest of Robert’s predictions for BC tech in 2014.

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