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go! Vancouver (Shaw TV): ConnectFX event featuring Fatigue Science

Last Thursday, the BC Technology Industry Association (BCTIA) hosted ConnectFX, a one-day event designed to build connections between local businesses by putting BC’s latest technology innovations on stage in front of some of the Province’s largest enterprise organizations.

The BCTIA selected eleven technology companies, including Fatigue Science, to pitch their product in front of a judging panel and technology buyers. After his pitch, CEO Sean Kerklaan, spoke with go! Vancouver‘s Johanna Ward about how our technology is helping organizations manage their employee fatigue risk and performance.

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