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Industry and Nova Scotia

nova: The industry generates an additional 1 billion in spinoffs, according to The Chronicle Herald. To foster and support the growth of Nova Scotia's digital economy, the non-profit's core areas of focus are advocacy, promotion, collaboration and capacity. As the industry association for Nova Scotia's fastest growing sector, Digital Nova Scotia provides advocacy, multi-sectorial industry intelligence, facilitates connections between industry and talent, and delivers high-level programming to ensure Nova Scotia's 1.5-billion-digital technologies industry continues to flourish. DNS' membership base consists of more than 100 multinational technology corporations, SMEs, startups, academic institutions, and a number of industry stakeholders. These young immigrants have a mindset and attitude that is open to change, innovation, new ideas, and creativity. The team of three at DNS are immigrants from Germany, the U.K and China. ( As reported in the news.