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Join us in congratulating the start-ups selected to participate in the first cohort of Innovacorp Accelerate 2022-2023.

Ten Nova Scotia start-ups are splitting almost $400,000 and getting access to five months of business and technical expertise in the latest round of Innovacorp Accelerate.

ACCELERATE AGRICULTURE TECH

Gaia Refinery – Qinhong (Tammy) Cai – Sydney – gaiarefinery.com  
Wind-assisted technology that captures air and converts it into high value natural gas

ACCELERATE CLEAN TECH

Material Futures – Iris Redinger – Sydney – materialfutureslab.com
Bio-based colouring solutions for textiles and plastics to reduce industrial water pollution

ACCELERATE HEALTH TECH

Atlantic Institute for Resilience – Dr. Jackie Kinley, Tim Trussel – Halifax – air-institutes.com
Enterprise solution for developing individual and organizational resilience

HOLLO Medical – David Hodgson – Halifax – hollomedical.com
Spacer for inhalers that is so portable it can easily fit in a pocket

NeoCare – Soumendra Singh – Halifax
Device used to non-invasively, painlessly and instantly detect diseases in newborns such as anemia, jaundice and hypoxia

ACCELERATE OCEAN TECH

Glas Ocean Electric – Sue Molloy – Halifax – glasoceanelectric.com
Electric propulsion systems for workboats and vessel-to-grid energy storage

Voltai – Maja Maher – Dartmouth – voltai.ca
Compact high-density generators that harvest energy from motion to power marine electronics

ACCELERATE SOFTWARE TECH

Couryah – Mohamed Soliman – Halifax – couryah.com
On-demand grocery delivery service

Easy Platter – Mandhir Singh – Halifax – easyplatter.com
Platform to book an affordable personal chef to do your weekly, in-home meal-prep

Formula Consulting – Mitchell Kane – Halifax
Software to reduce the time and cost of civil construction projects by solving common concrete formwork problems

September 15, 2022