Spindle provides 5 principle services:

Strategic Planning

Business Planning

Impact Evaluation of Programs and Organizations

Business Case and Funding Pitch Development

Educational and Marketing Campaigns

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Check out these project snapshots

Development of a branding and recognition strategy

Gairdner Foundation

Development of a business plan and performance measurement system


Development of a strategic plan

Centre for Biodiversity Genomics

Business Planning, strategic planning and market assessments for a number of initiatives

Baycrest Health Sciences

Go-to-market strategy for a synthetic phage platform

Cytophage Technologies Inc.

Business planning, partnership development and marketing communications

Immune Biosolutions Inc
  • Strategic planning support for the College of Biological Science

  • Strategic vision and plan for the G. Magnotta Lyme Disease Research Lab

University of Guelph

Go-to-market strategy for an innovative nanopore technology

University of Ottawa
  • Development of a commercialization readiness tool

  • Go-to-market strategy for a green silicone technology

Brock University

Proposal development for a large scale research program aiming to improve the outcomes of heart failure

Ottawa Heart

Development of a large-scale grant proposal and marketing material in the agricultural sciences

Vineland Research
  • Full-scope evaluation of a flagship educational program

  • Development of a product life cycle strategy

Canadian Patient Safety Institute

Client Features

“It was great having an experienced team looking at this opportunity from all angles in order to distill amazing insights. We really appreciated Spindle’s work in reaching out to experts in the field to sort out how to use our technology to address needs in the nutraceutical and health space” – Frédéric Leduc, CEO, Immune Biosolutions

Hailing from Sherbrooke, Quebec, Spindle’s feature client this quarter is Immune Biosolutions (iBio) who’s proving that avian antibodies are as powerful and fierce as the ostriches the company’s founders had to tackle in iBio’s early days.

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