The Fonds de Solidarité FTQ/QI's Innovation Lab Welcomes New Residents

The Fonds de Solidarité FTQ/QI's Innovation Lab Welcomes New Residents

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The Fonds de Solidarité FTQ/QI's Innovation Lab Welcomes New Residents

Published on:
November 1, 2018
Event date:
Thursday, 1 November, 2018 - 12:00

 

In addition to benefiting from completely free workspaces, startups will have privileged access to our partner network and will be invited to present their companies to the Fonds de Solidarité FTQ investment team. Deloitte, a member of the Quartier de l’Innovation, will also provide participating organizations with training and banked consulting service hours.

 

Here they are:

 

In order to replace single-use food packaging, which causes more than 50% of waste in cities, the CANOtogo team is developing a connected, self-service network for reusable containers. It could be called the Bixi of coffee cups!

 

 
Trnds is a mobile app that makes it easy to get inspired and discover fashion trends. The two young entrepreneurs who started this company want to help users discover their new favourite shops and influencers based on their needs and interests.

 

 

Using technology and cognitive science, Apprentx offers a range of apps that help people memorize, practice, recall and apply what they’ve learned in training sessions.

 

 

Drone des champs offers turnkey services for farmers while helping them transition to organic farming without sacrificing productivity. The company is focused in particular on developing innovative spreading solutions to meet the needs of farmers.

 


Ophelia helps people save money with their debts! Offered as a debt relief program by financial institutions, Ophelia makes it possible for individuals to consolidate their high interest rate debts (credit cards, personal loans and personal lines of credit) with a sufficiently low interest rate to create savings.

 


Gallea's mission is to adapt the consumption and dissemination of art in the age of technology. To promote emerging artists, this company combines online and physical visibility through its web platform and advertising network. It strategically places the works of local artists in the everyday life of potential buyers, in cafés, restaurants and hotels.

 

 
Gradiant AI offers services tailored to the media industry. It serves to increase retention, optimize distribution and customize platforms to use them to their full potential.

 

 

Through the gamification of city centres, Flagtown hopes to stimulate local economies, strengthen active citizenship and connect different areas of a city.

 

Startups will be in residence until February 28, 2019. To reach them, please contact klaurent [at] quartierinnovationmontreal.com (Karol Laurent)

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The Fonds de Solidarité FTQ/QI's Innovation Lab Welcomes New Residents