Ten companies pitched for four $25K prizes and a $10K hardware prize on Thursday, November 30 at 1pm.
A-Line Orthopaedics is a med-tech startup focused on developing innovative products for spine surgery, improving patient outcomes and surgeon confidence through safer, faster and lower cost procedures.
Avec has partnered with restaurants to offer you access to buy one, get one free deals when eating out.
Avra is developing eye-tracking glasses for people who have trouble using a keyboard and mouse, allowing them to control computers with their eyes.
Envoi offers retailers infrastructure for same day delivery in order to meet consumer demand that is not currently fulfilled by traditional courier services.
GrowXY is developing automation technology to increase the economic viability of large scale, indoor, vertical farming.
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NanoCnet has developed Nanosilvex, a highly flexible, conductive, and cost effective nanomaterial for use in conductive thin films, unlocking the future of electronics, including touch panels, displays, and wearables.
ShiftRide is an on-demand mobility platform, giving people access to cars shared by car owners nearby.
Simply is a mobile app that lets you buy clothing from popular brands such as H&M, Zara, and Nike.
SpurDeal is a mobile app that replaces printed coupons by allowing restaurants to post real-time deals on meals.
Tabnex helps businesses make smarter and faster hiring decisions, by providing real-time data and predictive intelligence on candidates who have applied to job opportunities.
Ten companies pitched for three $5K prizes on Thursday, November 30 at 11am.
1Mentor is a gamified collaborative educational platform that connects companies to emerging talent at universities.
GreenSorbs is designing a sorbent boom to clean up oil spills using a material made from landfill waste.
ENVR is developing technology that adds physical feedback to enhance virtual reality experiences.
HoloFab uses augmented reality to improve modular fabrication in the construction industry.
Holy Grail is a beauty content, community, and e-commerce platform that leverages the eruption of influencer marketing.
Natural Interest is establishing a fund that offers debt financing only to sustainable food enterprises in Ontario.
PolyGone is developing washing machine products to capture microfibres as they are released from synthetic textiles.
Qalm is developing thermal applications using phase changing materials.
SannTek is developing a nanotechnology based sensor to quantify marijuana intoxication.
TenderTool makes the tendering process between building managers and contractors seamless and transparent.
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