The Agri-Technology Commercialization Centre is an internationally recognized cluster of agricultural innovation resources. Our mission is to enhance the research, development and commercialization of groundbreaking technologies and create and attract profitable businesses that advance Canada’s leadership position in global markets. The ATCC houses three founding organizations — Bioenterprise Corporation, Soy 20/20 and Ontario Agri-Food Technologies.
Bioenterprise Corporation is a national, non-profit business accerlerator, providing agri-technology companies with a suite of business services, scientific and technical expertise, industry knowledge, and global connections.
Oilseed Innovation Partners (OIP) collaborates with industry partners to identify and commercialize new and innovative opportunities for Canadian oilseeds. OIP creates an environment that encourages companies to develop vegetable-based protein alternatives as well as identifying non-food bioproduct markets that will ultimately reduce greenhouse gases and create new, more sustainable oilseed-based products and categories.
Ontario Agri-Food Technologies is a member-based, non-profit organization that focuses its efforts on business-to-business market retention and expansion. This includes proactively supporting and coordinating research, development and commercialization of new agri-food technologies in Ontario.