CCS2017 Announces 12 Selected Companies for Live Pitching Showcase March 1

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TORONTO, ON — February 13, 2017

CCS2017 Pitch finalist logos

Congratulations to the following twelve (12)  Canadian companies that have been selected from inbound applications to pitch live at the 3rd annual Canadian Crowdfinance Summit from Feb 28 - March 1. Companies will be pitching to investors and mentors from Brightspark Ventures, NACO (National Angel Capital Organization), Whitecap Venture Partners, Tie Toronto, Startup Canada, MaRS and more at the 2017 Canadian Crowdfinance Summit.

Top 12 companies selected to pitch at CCS2017:

  1. Better Current
  2. Certclean
  3. Curexe
  4. DashMD
  5. EMERGE
  6. Knote
  7. Seedify
  8. ShareWiz
  9. Tripian
  10. Tricolops Technology
  11. Uvolt
  12. Zoom.ai

Each of the finalists will also have a chance to win one of four sponsored prize packages - more details coming soon!

Live Pitching sessions will be lead by:

Session 1:  Led by Startup Canada

Session 2:  Led by Tie Toronto

Session 3:  Led by NACO

Session 4:  Led by MaRS


better-current-logo-textBetter Current creates smart solar products to store electricity so everyone can benefit from clean energy - check out JENNi coming this Spring!


certclean

Certclean helps shoppers easily discover beauty and personal care products formulated without ingredients that have been recognized to cause harm to human health.


curexeCurexe’s mission is to help businesses send money around the world. We help you exchange currency and/or send money in different currencies to your suppliers, employees or partners in other countries.


dash-md

Dash MD provides hospital patients with the tools they need to manage their recovery journey. Manage your care and find the care you need with the free Dash MD app.

 


emergeEMERGE is a solution that brings patients immediate access to care by allowing them to pre-share their information to health institutions.


knote

Knote uses the power of Natural Language Processing and Artificial Intelligence to help you work smart with documents.


seedlify

Seedlify is Canada’s first Capital as a Service provider of Revenue Based Financing for early-stage growth businesses.


sharewiz-2

shareWiz transforms your company's big data into rich visuals for you to collect and organize so you can focus on what matters to you.


tripian

Tripian offers exclusive off-the-beaten-path programs to travelers, curated by local chefs, artists, musicians, architects, food and wine experts.


tricolops

Tricolops has created a dimensioning device that can instantly measure the length, width, and height of any parcel, essentially replacing the tape measure.

 


uvoltAt Uvolt, our mission is to make clean energy accessible to anyone, anywhere through consumer products. Our first product is the Uvolt Watch, which harvests Solar Power and Wireless Energy to charge your mobile device.

 


zoom-aicmyk_1Zoom.ai is an enterprise SaaS company that uses machine learning and natural language processing to solve productivity issues for all employees inside the company.

 


The 3rd annual Canadian Crowdfinance Summit (#CCS2017) is the industry’s largest national conference providing the most comprehensive thought leadership, education, networks, funding and investment opportunities to 500+ participants in Canada’s rapidly growing internet finance and fintech crowdfunding industry.  The Summit, to be held from Feb 28 - March 1, 2017, attracts investors, service providers and alternative finance leaders from Canada and around the world.

Don't miss this once a year opportunity to attend!  Register Today! 

The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) is a cross-Canada non-profit actively engaged with both social and investment crowdfunding stakeholders across the country. NCFA Canada provides education, research, leadership, support and networking opportunities to over 1500+ members and works closely with industry, government, academia, community and eco-system partners and affiliates to create a strong and vibrant crowdfunding industry in Canada. Learn more at www.ncfacanada.org.

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