September 01, 2023

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We are thrilled to announce that Massive Canada has been recognized as one of the top 10 ventures in British Columbia by UBC Entrepreneurship. This prestigious accolade underscores our commitment to innovation, sustainability, and the advancement of the mass timber industry.

A Milestone for Massive Canada

Being selected for this honor is a significant milestone for us, as it validates our efforts to revolutionize the construction industry with our sustainable CLT (Cross-Laminated Timber) and Glulam (Glued Laminated Timber) products. Our focus on better energy efficiency, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and creating economic opportunities has set us apart in the industry.

About the UBC Entrepreneurship Program

UBC Entrepreneurship is a renowned program that fosters innovation and entrepreneurship in British Columbia. Their first-ever list of the top 10 ventures in BC aims to highlight companies that are making a substantial impact in their respective fields. The selection process was rigorous, involving a comprehensive review of each venture’s business model, impact, and growth potential.

What This Means for Our Future

Being recognized by an esteemed institution like UBC Entrepreneurship not only boosts our credibility but also opens doors for future collaborations and partnerships. We are excited about the opportunities this recognition will bring, as we continue to strive for excellence in every aspect of our business.

Our Commitment to Sustainability and Innovation

At Massive Canada, we are committed to pushing the boundaries of what is possible with mass timber. Our products are not just about meeting the demands of the construction industry; they are about creating a sustainable future for all. We are dedicated to generating good-paying jobs in a clean and green economy and boosting the value-added forest economy.

We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to UBC Entrepreneurship for this recognition and look forward to participating in their upcoming events and initiatives.

Adapted from an article by UBC Entrepreneurship.