About Us

At GAINX, with our proven methodology Pillars of Innovation™ and our proprietary software, IE2, companies gain new market share, drive revenue, reduce waste, and sustain market leadership. Businesses have generated millions in additional revenue and market share while saving millions in spend - effectively leveraging predictive, deliberate innovation in the ecosystem.

We partner and collaborate with businesses and renowned academic and research institutions in Canada, the US, and the United Kingdom to bring cutting edge research and technology to our clients.

Our team has worked with hundreds of Fortune 500 companies and Global 2000 Companies. We've spent tens of thousands of hours on the international stage improving innovation process, go-to-market, and execution within the enterprise ecosystem using our Pillars of Innovation™ methodology.

GAINX provides the tools and the roadmap to effectively measure, track and infuse innovation throughout your ecosystem, enabling you to master the complexity of innovating on scale.

Leadership can focus on the right priorities and the greatest opportunities. Your ecosystem is able to effectively pivot at a cadence that is in tune with the market and your customers, enabling you to sustain a long-term competitive edge in today's disruptive, global market.


Meet our Team

Angelique Mohring

Angelique Mohring

Founder & CEO

Sue Lawton

Sue Lawton

VP Strategic Partnerships and Business Development, EMEA

Anil Gupta

Anil Gupta

GAINX Principal Associate

Christy Pettit

Christy Pettit

GAINX Associate
Manufacturing, Agri-Food, Automotive

Tammy te Winkle

Tammy te Winkle

Customer Experience, Global

Meet our Advisory Board

David Chalmers

David Chalmers

Strategy & Corporate Development Advisor

Bill Forquer

Bill Forquer

Strategy, Sales & Marketing Advisor

Lance Mohring

Lance Mohring

Technology, Product Development Advisor

Meet our Academic Advisory Board

Steve Farlow

Steve Farlow

Executive Director at Wilfrid Laurier University - Schlegel Centre for Entrepreneurship

Alan Barrell

Alan Barrell

Professor at University of Cambridge
University of Essex
University of Luton and The Libraary House Ltd

Scott C. Ensign

Scott C. Ensign

Dobson Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship