Altitude Accelerator client Axios Enhances Biosecurity Capabilities

Axios Enhances Biosecurity Capabilities With Newly Automated Pallet Cleaning Line MISSISSAUGA, ON–(Marketwired – Oct 20, 2015) – Axios Mobile Assets (CSE: AXA) (OTCQB: AXBSF) (“Axios” or the “Company”) announced today that it has completed installation of an automated washing and sanitization line at its pallet cleaning facility in Ohio. The new line positions Axios to offer… Continue reading Altitude Accelerator client Axios Enhances Biosecurity Capabilities

Altitude Accelerator Client PaymentEvolution Meets with MPP Amrit Mangat

One of the challenges of every small business is managing growth. Sam Vassa, CEO and founder of PaymentEvolution met with MPP Amrit Mangat as part of a Community Building initiative to share his perspective of the Altitude Accelerator and the ONE Network. PaymentEvolution is a cloud-based payroll and payment service that has been working with… Continue reading Altitude Accelerator Client PaymentEvolution Meets with MPP Amrit Mangat

Altitude Accelerator client Pyrowave closes investment with GreenSky Accelerator Fund

GreenSky Accelerator Fund leads $790,000 round of financing for Pyrowave Inc. Toronto, ON – October 5, 2015The GreenSky Accelerator Fund I, LP (“the Fund”) is excited to announce that it has closed an investment with Mississauga, Ontario based Pyrowave Inc. The Fund led a $790,000 round of funding alongside members of the GreenSky President’s Club,… Continue reading Altitude Accelerator client Pyrowave closes investment with GreenSky Accelerator Fund

Altitude Accelerator client ATES featured in Toronto Star

Originally published in the Toronto Star By: Jim Kenzie Special to the Star, Published on Wed Sep 30 2015 HAMILTON—Seldom have exhaust emissions been more top-of-mind with the general public than in the past couple of weeks, what with the current Volkswagen situation. A trio of local men may just have part of the answer.… Continue reading Altitude Accelerator client ATES featured in Toronto Star

Altitude Accelerator Client Web4Realty Featured in REMonline

Software company Web4Realty launches incubator to help real estate software startups Originally published on REMonline Web4Realty, a software provider for Canadian real estate professionals based in Mississauga, Ont., has opened up applications for an in-house incubator to help local startup companies grow their businesses. “Our aim is to provide young startup software companies specializing in… Continue reading Altitude Accelerator Client Web4Realty Featured in REMonline

Altitude Accelerator Client SulfaCHAR featured in Reuters

Low emission biogas also produces fertilizer TORONTO, CANADA | BY JIM DRURY Originally posted on Reuters A Canadian chemical engineer has devised a product that transforms the waste generated by biogas production into fertilizer. Andrew White says his SulfaCHAR system eliminates chemical waste from the biogas process, while increasing renewable gas plants’ profitability and stopping the degradation to… Continue reading Altitude Accelerator Client SulfaCHAR featured in Reuters

develLAB Electronics Inc. named a 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree

DEVELLAB ELECTRONICS INC NAMED AS 2015 CES INNOVATION AWARDS HONOREE Las Vegas, Nevada, January 6, 2015- develLAB Electronics Inc. today announced that it has been named a 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree for its xerøLAN™ xl450D-4S2H 4 port network switch.  Products entered in this prestigious program are judged by a preeminent panel of independent industrial designers,… Continue reading develLAB Electronics Inc. named a 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree

10 Torontonians you should be watching in 2015: Framestr

Framestr, a conduit for word-of-mouth product recommendations between friends, has worked with the Altitude Accelerator before and was recently featured in the Toronto Star under Jordan Whelan, one of the 10 Torontonians that you should be watching in 2015. Because word of mouth is a major purchase influencer, Framestr is built on the idea of… Continue reading 10 Torontonians you should be watching in 2015: Framestr

10 Torontonians you should be watching in 2015: The Rumie Initiative

Rumie Initiative, a non-profit organization that has worked with the Altitude Accelerator, targets poor communities globally to allow children to have access to education. Low-cost tablets ($50) have been developed and preloaded with public domain and educational resources content. Started in 2013, this organization is led by Tariq Fancy, who has projected to dispense 30,000… Continue reading 10 Torontonians you should be watching in 2015: The Rumie Initiative