Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen)
NGen is the industry-led, non-profit organization leading Canada’s Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster. It is one of five national networks supported by Canada’s ambitious Innovation Superclusters Initiative. NGen runs Canada’s Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster, which was founded on the principle that the transformation to advanced manufacturing will enrich the lives of all Canadians – delivering better products and good jobs while generating essential economic growth.
As of September 2021, NGen has 4,030 members which include industry partners, manufacturers, small- and medium-sized enterprises, academic and research partners, technology providers, and applied researchers.
NGen’s projects are securing supply chains, protecting the environment, improving healthcare, and supporting technology adoption across Canada. Through its partnerships, NGen is able to deliver funding, education, mentorship, and development initiatives across Canada.
The Trillium Network had the opportunity to interview NGen CEO Jayson Myers on our podcast Making it in Ontario. Click here to listen to the episode.
McMaster Innovation Park
175 Longwood Road South – Suite 301
Area of Expertise
Leadership in identifying the challenges, opportunities, trends, and priorities shaping advanced manufacturing.
Connections among manufacturers and technology providers of varying sizes, academic and research institutions, business support services and government funding agencies to enhance awareness of Canada’s advanced manufacturing ecosystem.
Collaboration and partnership opportunities for Canadian companies to facilitate innovation, technology adoption and scale-up, and the commercialization of new manufacturing capabilities.
Access to funding for transformative innovation.
Facilitated access to the services, tools, testbeds, and training programs that de-risk technology adoptions and scale-up or smaller companies.
Skills & Professional Development
Facility Access & Testing
Published: September 29, 2021