Dec 23, 2019

2019 Wrap Up: A look at the year’s highlights

Lauren Turner
3 months ago

As expected, 2019 was another eventful year for Measurand. From action-packed conferences to prestigious export awards, the last twelve months were a fast-paced, challenging, and fulfilling time, marked by meaningful successes and milestones.

Let’s look back at some of the year’s highlights, while we anticipate what’s to come in 2020: a fresh decade for Measurand and our valued clients.

Measure of Success: Measurand Wins Export Award

At this summer’s Export Awards in Saint John, New Brunswick, Measurand received the incredible distinction of Exporter of the Year—over $5 million. Chosen from a competitive pool of nominees, our company’s award was bestowed by a leading panel of business leaders and academics.

 

Transforming the Future: International Women in Engineering Day

On June 23, 2019, Measurand proudly celebrated International Women In Engineering Day. We marked the occasion by interviewing the exceptional women involved in our company's day-to-day successes, who discussed the importance of women in this historically male-dominated field.

 

New trade agreements ‘a firm foundation’ for Atlantic Canadian technology to flourish

Back in February 2019, Minister of International Trade Diversification Jim Carr and Karen Ludwig, an MP for New Brunswick, took a guided site tour of Measurand. Minister Carr's public appearances in Fredericton were scheduled to address how a pair of newly implemented trade agreements would benefit the region.

 

Focus on collaborative learning at sixth annual distributor meeting

Measurand's sixth annual distributor meeting took place in Fredericton, NB. Over 20 distributors flew in from around the world to attend and see firsthand our company's latest advancements, including the launch of our new research and development lab.

 

Measurand part of Scale Up Atlantic Canada’s first official cohort

This year, Measurand was honoured to participate in Scale Up Atlantic Canada's first official cohort. Part of the University of New Brunswick's J. Herbert Smith Centre for Technology Management and Entrepreneurship (TME), the program guides companies and entrepreneurs in overcoming the challenges faced in scaling their business.

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