Pasadena, Newfoundland and Labrador

Start-Ups Selected for Winter 2021 Sprint Competition

Forty applications from across Nova Scotia. Thirteen pitches from shortlisted start-ups. Seven winners.

Join us in congratulating the start-ups selected to participate in the 2021 Sprint winter intake.

In addition to the cash, this fortunate bunch will receive business guidance from our roster of remarkable experts.

BlueNode – Grant Wells, Louis Beaubien – bluenode.ca – ($25,000)
Software for data cleansing, analysis, auditing and sharing for marine container ports

Marecomms – Ulaş Güntürkün – marecomms.ca – ($25,000)
Underwater communications system to deliver information using data collected in the ocean

myFlock – James Walsh – myflock.ca – ($25,000)
Technology to reduce risk and operating inefficiencies in the poultry supply chain

Prosaris Solutions – Colin Sewell – prosaris.ca – ($25,000)
Technology to detect and quantify gas leaks

Swiftsure Innovations – Deanne McCarthy – ($25,000)
Medical device to facilitate the moisturization and cleansing of the nasal and oral cavity for patients on ventilators

Symbi Medical – Cameron Sehl, Max Jennings, Devin McArthur, Dr Sameer Berry – symbimedical.com – ($25,000)
Remote patient monitoring tool for predicting and reducing medical procedure no-shows

Virtual Hallways Consults – Jacob Cookey, Daniel Rasic, Luke Napier, Justin Hartlen – virtualhallway.ca – ($25,000)
Online platform to facilitate consultations between primary care practitioners and specialists

Halifax, Nova Scotia, January 29, 2021

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