Founder Institute welcomes two Canadian startups into its Winter Founder Lab: Logrr and Elysia

Logrr

Since 2009, the Founder Institute has graduated over 1,310 companies across 85 cities. The “world’s largest entrepreneur training and startup launch program” recently announced the startups entering into its Founder Lab W15.

A total of 100 companies applied to the program across seven countries and five continents, but only 18 companies were successful. In the end, two Canadian startups made the cut: Logrr and Elysia. Both of these companies graduated in July 2014 from Founder Institute in Montreal and Logrr has been chosen as the most promising startup.

Logrr, was founded by Julien Denaes, is an Identity as a Service platform for corporations that does not use password. Elysia was founded by Vanessa Cherenfant and matches you to the trip you need for every occasion through curated and customizable travel experiences.

Ian Hardy

Ian Hardy

Ian is publisher at MobileSyrup. He's been quietly creating and building things for years and is completely addicted to Tim Hortons.