Who should be named Startup of the Year from the International [Canada] region? You can share your opinion by voting for your favorite startup in our Reader’s Choice Poll below. Reader’s Choice Poll voting will help guide the selection of the top 100 startup semifinalists who will compete for cash, prizes and more, at the Innovate! and Celebrate conference in San Francisco on October 9th – 11th, 2017. The deadline to vote is July 12th.
There’s a “Click to Vote” link next to each startup below, vote for the startup you like the best located in Canada:
6ix (Toronto, CAN) [Click to Vote]
Public mining companies upload their investor databases to 6ix and they serve prospective investors ads featuring their clients’ most recent successes.
Airvinci (Toronto, CAN) [Click to Vote]
After too much time in traffic, Airvinci decided to go airborne with a new designed aircraft. Taking-off vertically and flying autonomously will allow everyone to fly in our future. A live stream test flight is coming soon.
C2RO (Montreal, CAN) [Click to Vote]
A cloud-based software robotics platform using real-time data processing technologies to offer robotic vision and multi-robot collaborative APIs for mobile robots.
FreightRate (Kitchener, CAN) [Click to Vote]
ShipMLG has created FreightRate to solve traditional logistics challenges in a new and forward thinking way that enables easy transport management, quoting, track/trace, digital document delivery and integrated payments.
KiiahBlu (Toronto, CAN) [Click to Vote]
Kiiah is a hybrid platform of gift cards, gift registries and crowdfunding.
mcThings (Cochrane, CAN) [Click to Vote]
mcThings connects things to the internet that can not be plugged in. They provide a full stack IoT platform that enables businesses to deploy low-cost large scale IoT solutions quickly to provide a fast return on investment.
Morfus Mixed Reality (Vancouver, CAN [Click to Vote]
Software platform converting 3D models from architects and designers into immersive experiences on mobile application through VR.
NextBillion.org (Vancouver, CAN) [Click to Vote]
NextBillion is a mentorship program for people with disabilities to get guidance and support from employees who learn about inclusive and technical leadership.
TEHO (Ottawa, CAN) [Click to Vote]
TEHO retails high-quality, yet affordable, wearable tech products for everyday life. They target the customer who wants high-quality items but is not looking to pay luxury prices.
We invite you to join us at Innovate! and Celebrate the 3-day global conference in San Francisco on October 9th-11th. Aside from our 5th annual Startup of the Year Competition, this conference is a must attend event to meet thought-leaders, mentors, investors, and media. Watch the video below, we hope to see you there.