FedDev Ontario shines the spotlight on Niagara College’s SONAMI partnership project

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A screenshot of an article on the Fed Dev Ontario website highlighting Niagara College's SONAMI partnership project.

FedDev Ontario is showcasing Niagara College’s Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation (SONAMI) project.

An article posted to the FedDev website on April 9 highlights how Niagara College, in partnership with McMaster University, Mohawk College and Sheridan College, is leading the formation of the Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation (SONAMI)—a key project that works to support manufacturers’ research and development needs. Since December 2016, FedDev Ontario has supported the SONAMI project through the Investing in Commercialization Partnerships initiative with an investment of $7.3 million.

The article features comments from SONAMI project manager Krystyn Keir, and Bob Benner whose company  Hamill Machine Co. is working with Niagara College to help diversify and grow in the agri-food sector.

View the article here:

Businesses are seeing results from expertise and tools provided through Niagara College’s SONAMI partnership project

The Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) works with communities, businesses, not-for-profit organizations and other levels of government in southern Ontario to build a strong foundation of investment and partnerships to help secure the region’s economic growth and long-term prosperity.

 

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