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Q&A: Bhupinder Randhawa on Canada’s first tech hardware incubator


Bhupinder Randhawa: 'One consistent challenge for Canadian tech startups is that they find it much harder to raise funding and attract customers at home than in the US.'

Bhupinder Randhawa is head of engineering and technology law and co-head of AI at Bereskin & Parr, which has become a founding partner of the Hardware Catalyst Initiative (HCI), Canada’s first incubator for tech hardware startups.

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