How a change of scenery helped saved a Canadian company

Bad timing plagued Picomole Instruments in 2008, as the company's announcement of its portable breath-analysis device coincided with the beginning of the financial crisis. In response, John Cormier, who started the company, moved the business twice, eventually landing in his hometown of Moncton, New Brunswick. The move proved successful, and the company recently got a U.S. patent for its product.

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