Intelocate takes home ResolveTO’s $100,000 investment prize

ResolveTO

Last week, the creators behind Startupfest hosted ResolveTO, an event aimed at encouraging startups and enterprises to innovate together.

At ResolveTO, attendees could network and gain access to opportunities like partnerships, financing, and customer development. The event featured a Startup Stage that focused on issues affecting startups and anyone who wants to think like a startup.

Just like Startupfest, one of the highlights of the event include the several pitch prizes, including its flagship $100,000 investment prize, as well as partnership opportunities.

Here’s the list of ResolveTO’s winners:

  • Startupfest $100k Investment Prize:
    Intelocate – A soon-to-launch startup that provides a “communication and execution platform for multi-site businesses,” according to its website
  • On-Stage Pitch Prize:

    Beagle – Uses AI to streamline the contract review process by highlighting key information and providing a real-time collaboration platform

  • CBC Media Prize:

    Dash MD – A mobile app that helps patients track, manage, and find the care they need once they’ve left the hospital

    Weave Got It Canada – Offers high-quality Brazilian, Cambodian, Peruvian, and Malaysian hair extensions and wigs

  • Highline Beta:

    MedStack – A cloud-based platform that allows developers to easily create healthcare apps

  • StartUP HERE’s Business BOT Challenge:

    Success.ai – A conversational platform that automates the way customers interact with companies

  • Mercedes-Benz with the DMZ:

    DataChilli – Allows users to explore, organize, collaborate, transform, join, and combine data seamlessly
    Visbrain – Works with companies to extract insights from data and build a long-term solution
    Beam Messenger – A real-time messenging app that allows users to retract messages, and see what friends are typing as they type it

  • Fujitsu with the DMZ:

    iMirror by Nobal – A high-tech mirror that allows customers to personalize their experience

  • Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship:

    Not yet announced

  • IBM:

    Rewordly – Allows users to makes articles or web PDFs ‘editable’ to highlight and annotate

  • TWG:

    Acerta – A platform that detects anomalies in machine learning data

  • MaRS Future of Work Challenge:

    Synervoz

  • Rogers:

    Humi – A cloud-based platform that allows users to manage different aspects of HR in one platform

  • Thomson Reuters + The Globe and Mail:

    Rewordly
    Zoom.ai – Automated virtual assistants that allows employees to schedule meetings and travel logistics

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Amira Zubairi

Amira Zubairi

Amira Zubairi is a staff writer at BetaKit. As a fourth-year journalism student who has written primarily about entrepreneurship, Amira has developed a growing interest in Canadian startup, business, and tech news. In her free time, Amira enjoys reading, baking and watching legal shows.

  • turnmeup

    Hey Amira, Jim from Synervoz here. Guess we were never in touch to share our info! Here’s our link: http://www.synervoz.com/ — We are building a spontaneous voice chat network using real time audio technologies. Thanks!