15 companies enter Phase 2 of Propel ICT’s Incite Accelerator

Atlantic Canada’s Propel ICT has announced that 15 companies will be participating in Phase 2 of its Incite Accelerator. Phase 1 of the 12-month, entirely virtual accelerator program began in September 2018.

“We are always looking for the most exciting companies to work with,” said Barry Bisson, CEO of Propel. “We’re also continuously evaluating the companies we’re investing our time in to ensure we’re maximizing our impact on the region and startup ecosystem.”

Incite features online and interactive components including one-on-one sessions, live online meetups, and curated content to help founders grow their businesses. Phase 2 of Incite focuses on building a sales engine, while Phase 1 of Incite focused on validating product-market fit.

The companies participating in Phase 2 cover a variety of industries and are spread out across Atlantic Canada. Each company has developed a product with strong leads to customers and are now looking to ramp up their sales process. They are:

  • Agyle Intelligence (Charlottetown, PEI)
  • Atlantic Institute for Resilience (Halifax, NS)
  • Bereda (Halifax, NS)
  • Dugo (Halifax, NS)
  • InsightWell (Halifax, NS)
  • Passiv (Fredericton, NB
  • ReelData (Halifax, NS)
  • Room Service (Halifax, NS)
  • Safa (St. John’s, NFLD)
  • Sensory Friendly Solutions (Saint John, NB)
  • Side Door (Halifax, NS / Vancouver, BC)
  • Team Stripes (Moncton, NB)
  • Trip Ninja (Halifax, NS)
  • Unum Home Care (Miramichi, NB)
  • Vinocount (St. John’s, NFLD)

This second and final phase of the accelerator program will run until August.

Propel is also kicking off recruitment for Incite’s second cohort, with the programming to begin in March. The deadline to apply is February 20.

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