Nine organisations from Northern Ireland took part in our five day trade mission to Toronto, Canada showcasing their products and services to the Canadian market.
Read further information on the companies who attended below.
Cathedral Eye Clinic, founded by Professor Johnny Moore, provides specialist expertise in eye surgery. Professor Moore recognised that many patients were suffering from Dry Eye Syndrome and developed a range of innovative medical products to combat dry eye disease including eyepeace, a personal eyelid massager (www. eyepeace.org.uk).
Twitter - @cathedraleye
CDEnviro design and manufacture a range of waste reduction and recycling equipment solutions for application in the sewage, waste water, waste management and utility industries. These high performance, high efficiency materials recovery and recycling systems have been developed to substantially reduce waste to landfill and maximise the production of commercial grade products from a number of waste streams.
Twitter - @CDEnviro
Global medical devices company, Cirdan designs, manufactures and supplies innovative software and imaging solutions for the acceleration and enhancement of diagnosis. Our systems are optimised for pathology and for clinical laboratory usage. Core products include a range of imaging systems and a world class laboratory information system, Ultra LIS.
Twitter - @cirdan_com
Hercules Brewing Company was the first craft brewery to open in Belfast for almost 160 years. A unique offering in the local craft beer market, Yardsman lager’s brewing process includes filtering locally sourced products including Irish malt and Belfast water through Irish linen and allowing the lager to mature for a six week period.
Twitter - @YardsmanLager
HMC Global employ 35 professionals based strategically in key markets to give our clients global coverage.They have over 25 years’ experience in securing inward investment deals and helping private sector companies to expand into new markets. In exports alone HMC Global has secured over £250m in business on behalf of Northern Ireland companies.
Twitter - @HMC_Global
Intelesens has developed a portfolio of intelligent, wearable, non-invasive, wireless vital signs monitoring devices for the hospital and home patient monitoring markets. Building on proprietary high sensitivity arrhythmia and respiratory algorithms and software, the company has created a robust technology platform that is being used to improve patient care, reduce diagnosis times, provide re-assurance to patients and help deliver significant healthcare savings.
Twitter - @Intelesens Facebook LinkedIn
Keystone is a leading manufacturer of steel lintels, masonry support, windposts and brick slip systems. Founded in 1989 Keystone are the UK and Irelands largest manufacturer of steel lintels. The history of Keystone has been one of relentless expansion and continuous innovation whilst redefining the meaning of service in construction.
Twitter - @KeystoneTweets
SaltDNA develops solutions that leverage multi-layered encryption techniques to secure enterprise mobile communications. SaltDNA Enterprise is the first enterprise-class solution for highly secure communications, with tight central control, and with optional auditing features to meet regulatory compliance requirements.
Twitter - @saltcontrol LinkedIn
Tascomi are passionate about Government, and have been working for over 10 years to build and deliver innovative software applications for Local and Central Government organisations. They work with Planning, Building Control, Environmental Health and Licensing teams to find more efficient ways of working and to enhance the citizen’s experience.
Twitter - @Tascomi LinkedIn
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