It’s all important to you, so how do you choose the most important parts of your story when you’re pitching to potential funders?


We identify the compelling stories that will resonate with potential industry partners, granting bodies and investors.

You can sometimes forget the best parts of your own stories – getting fresh perspective will help you find the spark that engages your internal or external audiences.


You may not know where or how to tell your story either –we can determine the best medium, from magazine articles to blog posts to networking and speaking engagements.

Weaving Your Message

Supporting Technology Start-ups


Diane Harms provides mentorship and coaching to startup and established technology companies. This can include business and strategic plan reviews, pre-financing pitch development, or connections to appropriate advisors. 


Decentralised Energy Canada


Diane works with subject matter experts to create training programs, guidebooks, workbooks and course content for training and programming relating to alternative energy projects in Alberta. 


Reference Handbook for NAIT’s Research Department


The handbook became their fundamental course for faculty interested in participating in research.


Lakeland Limitless, 2012-2018


Annual magazine highlighting research and innovation successes and promoting upcoming research projects at Lakeland College


University Spin-off Companies: A Saskatchewan Manitoba Success Story

This 2008 study commissioned by the Prairie Intellectual Property Management Network developed a baseline to determine the regional economic benefits of university spin-off companies. We demonstrated a multiplier effect of 8,400 jobs, 91% of which stayed on the Prairies.