About Jocelyn Aspa

Jocelyn Aspa

Jocelyn always knew she wanted to be a journalist, although it took her a little time getting there. Before following her dream, Jocelyn spent several years working as a legal assistant before making the leap to go back to school. Jocelyn completed the two-year journalism diploma program at Langara College and interned at The Georgia Straight before joining Investing News Network.

Jocelyn joined INN in May 2016 as a staff writer. Now, Jocelyn is the Senior Editor for the Life Science and Technology sites at INN and is driven on curating quality content for its readers.

When she's not writing, Jocelyn can usually be found watching sports, spending too much time finding something to watch on Netflix, and reading.

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Tech Investing

QIC Boosts Data Security and Workforce Mobility with BlackBerry

BlackBerry (NYSE:BB; TSX:BB) has announced that QIC has deployed BlackBerry Worskspaces, which allows companies and its clients to safely share, protect and track sensitive information within mobile and cloud environments.

As quoted in the press release:
With billions of dollars under management, QIC ensures that it operates in a strictly secure and

Tech Investing

GE Additive Opens Customer Experience Center in Munich

GE Additive (NYSE:GE) has announced the opening of its first international customer experience center in Munich.

As quoted in the press release:
The new 2,700 square meter center, co-located with GE’s European Technology Center, allows current and potential customers to experience every aspect of the additive manufacturing process from design to prototyping

Tech Investing

Bee Vectoring Announces Highly Successful Blueberry Trial with New and Proprietary Honey Bee Dispenser System

Bee Victoring Technologies (TSXV:BEE) has announced successful trial results in blueberries.

As quoted in the press release:
The trial was conducted near Parrsborough, Nova Scotia, Canada in low bush blueberries with the Wild Blueberry Research Program at Dalhousie University using BVT’s newly developed honeybee system, consisting of a honey bee hive with