Volta and Grant Thornton Unite to Grow Canadian Startups
Volta is happy to announce our collaboration with Grant Thornton LLP, a leader in accounting and advisory services, to help grow Canadian startups.
The collaboration includes a permanent office for Grant Thornton on Volta’s Lobby Level. The new office space strengthens the support available for startups working out of Volta and will help the hub develop a more diverse community.
“Developing a stronger innovation ecosystem in Atlantic Canada is a team effort,” said Jesse Rodgers, CEO of Volta. “Volta is proud to work with partners like Grant Thornton to help connect the startups in our community with companies that are committed to their development and growth,” said Rodgers.
It is essential to foster the growth of Canadian startups, and Volta is proud to work with an organization that is committed to helping new businesses transition successfully through all stages of development. Grant Thornton aims to achieve this by consulting with new businesses on finances, government incentives, effective business planning and creating value for investors.
“The startup community in Nova Scotia and across Canada has grown, and with that, the demand for our services and mentorship has increased too,” said Wade Taylor, Managing Partner, Nova Scotia. “Communities like Volta are critical to ensuring that early stage companies get access to the resources needed to grow and thrive.”