This year we will focus on the technologies used by Olympian athletes and how they leverage those technologies to plan, practice and strengthen their bodies and their wills for a competitive advantage!
News Release - For immediate release
(Calgary, October 4, 2013) - The Calgary Council for Advanced Technology (CCAT), a not-for-profit association, announced today that it has been awarded $300,000 in funding from Status of Women Canada to create and deliver a three year project that furthers the advancement of Women in Technology.
The project, “Cracking the Code: Corporate Capacity...
We have a vision of Calgary with Women and Men fully participating in the Digital Economy each bringing our unique vision to get results.