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Drumeba is a startup company with vast potential in therapeutic, educational, and entertainment systems for people with neural disorders – especially children affected by autism spectrum disorder. The system and the company are the result of a project undertaken by a team at the Candian Film Centre’s Media Lab. As the project’s importance became apparent, Drumeba’s partners created a company and (with support from the MaRS Discovery District) engaged NetGain Partners to help create its first business plan. The Drumeba system continues to progress towards market readiness and has aroused interest among investors. Extremely positive clinical trials, lab tests, and continual design improvements make this a potent new entry into a huge and growing area of social need as rates of ASD diagnoses continue to rise.
Artscape’s research told them that Toronto artists and designers needed more than affordable workspace to prosper. They needed access to discipline and industry-specific training, as well as general business training. By providing everything in one place for sole-traders in the creative sector, and business incubation support for cultural industry entrepreneurs, Artscape embarked on an ambitious and complex project development process. NetGain provided business planning services to the Artscape team for a project that looked to help boost Toronto’s creative sector economy along with the livelihoods of the many artists and designers who make our city better.

Fast forward four years and the “Artscape Launchpad” project is moving closer to fruition. NetGain was engaged again by Artscape in June 2016 to undertake an independent assessment of the feasibility of Artscape Launchpad as part of its Canada Cultural Spaces grant submission. This entailed a thorough document review and analysis, and rigorous testing of the assumptions and planning behind the project.

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Drumeba is a startup company with vast potential in therapeutic, educational, and entertainment systems for people with neural disorders – especially children affected by autism spectrum disorder. The system and the company are the result of a project undertaken by a team at the Candian Film Centre’s Media Lab. As the project’s importance became apparent, Drumeba’s partners created a company and (with support from the MaRS Discovery District) engaged NetGain Partners to help create its first business plan. The Drumeba system continues to progress towards market readiness and has aroused interest among investors. Extremely positive clinical trials, lab tests, and continual design improvements make this a potent new entry into a huge and growing area of social need as rates of ASD diagnoses continue to rise.
Artscape’s research told them that Toronto artists and designers needed more than affordable workspace to prosper. They needed access to discipline and industry-specific training, as well as general business training. By providing everything in one place for sole-traders in the creative sector, and business incubation support for cultural industry entrepreneurs, Artscape embarked on an ambitious and complex project development process. NetGain provided business planning services to the Artscape team for a project that looked to help boost Toronto’s creative sector economy along with the livelihoods of the many artists and designers who make our city better.

Fast forward four years and the “Artscape Launchpad” project is moving closer to fruition. NetGain was engaged again by Artscape in June 2016 to undertake an independent assessment of the feasibility of Artscape Launchpad as part of its Canada Cultural Spaces grant submission. This entailed a thorough document review and analysis, and rigorous testing of the assumptions and planning behind the project.

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