We’re Hiring! Manager, Programs and Client Experience

The Accelerator Centre is looking for an experienced professional with experience managing people and executing complex programs to join our team as a Program and Client Experience Manager. This role puts you at the forefront of the tech ecosystem, executing programming and working directly with our portfolio of high potential startup companies.

Reporting to the Director, Client Programs and Initiatives, the Manager, Programs and Client Experience plays a critical role in delivering our award-winning programming. The ideal candidate is someone who has experience managing teams, programs, is organized and detailed oriented, and dedicated to ensuring an excellent client experience.


  • Responsible for the day-to-day management of our client experience team and client contract process. Management of client experience team includes setting accountabilities for deliverables and providing, guidance and mentorship.
  • Management of the delivery and progress tracking of all AC programming working with our client experience coordinators (CECs), mentors, clients, graduates and academic partners.
    • Working with mentors and managing CECs to ensure program results and targets are met, including but not limited to: intake, coordination around onboarding, structure (meetings/milestones/updates from CECs), budget, and ensuring client reporting is complete. In addition: ensuring that resources (maker spaces, for example) for program delivery are maintained/available for client use.
  • Conduct client intake interviews with our staff and review panel with a focus on fostering diversity and inclusivity in our client base.
  • Manage client engagement across our in-house programs, including assisting in setting client program milestones, having a fulsome view of client progress and communicating required action items with the CEC team and mentor group.
  • Provide feedback and program suggestions to the Director, Client Programs and Initiatives.
  • Ensuring timely collection, aggregation and analysis of client and program metrics via Hockeystick in order to monitor key portfolio outcomes.
  • Completing required government and internal reporting of client and program performance metrics.
  • Overall responsibility for ensuring that communication regarding client and program status is consistent across our team and stakeholder groups including working with the Manager of Operations and Administration and Manager, Marketing and Communications to develop a program/operations communication strategy and contributing to our Board reporting package.
  • Representing the AC alongside other staff members at tech events across the region and abroad:
    • Network with existing and potential start-up clients/partners and be able to articulate and promote the AC’s suite of offerings.
    • Provide pitch judging and event support to an array of partners.
    • Understand the role of sales and the importance of building a quality client pipeline.
    • Be comfortable presenting client programs to tour groups and stakeholders.
  • Assist CECs with day to day facility and IT operations and the Manager, Operations and Administration including:
    • Assisting with the movement of clients with AC facilities ensuring there is adequate furniture, storage, security access cards, parking permits, etc.
    • Address emergency IT issues
    • Assist CEC with after hour emergency alarm calls
  • Share responsibilities with the Manager, Operations and Administration on current and future client space planning for all AC facilities
  • Be the Chief Everything Officer (CEO), find opportunity in every task and support the company and team.


  • A university degree in business, technology a related discipline or equivalent experience executing complex programs
  • Demonstrated experience in client-facing roles, managing a team and implementing programming
  • Detail and process oriented
  • Comfortable managing multiple projects and competing priorities
  • Strong leadership and decision-making skills
  • Demonstrated clear and concise written and verbal communication skills
  • “G” drivers license and regular access to a vehicle
  • Experience in sales, sales pipeline management, and CRM systems are assets


Please submit your resume and cover letter to careers@acceleratorcentre.com by January 4, 2019 at 5pm. We thank all interested candidates for their applications, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Accelerator Centre is committed to fostering a diverse community that is dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs from all backgrounds.

A full range of perspectives, lifestyles, and passions are key to creating the inclusive, entrepreneurial environment that is necessary to help our clients build and scale globally competitive companies. Diversity and inclusion at the Accelerator Centre means we are dedicated to the elimination of discrimination, in all its forms, at all levels of our organization and in our programming.

We welcome applications from qualified candidates of all backgrounds regardless of age, physical ability, gender, race, religion, and sexual orientation. We will provide any requested accommodation to candidates with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. If you require assistance, please contact careers@acceleratorcentre.com noting the job title in the subject line of the email.

Terrene: Making AI and Machine Learning Available to Business Analysts and Data Scientists in the Manufacturing Industry

Terrene is a platform technology which aims to democratize the power of AI and machine learning by allowing nearly anyone to rapidly train and deploy deep learning data neural networks.

What does that mean exactly?

Well, machine learning and AI are powerful mechanisms which can harvest a ton of data and automate it in ways to improve business systems, processes, ect.,  and Terrene is making it available to those that aren’t experts in machine learning and AI, but that can reap many benefits from using it in their business. Terrene is working to empower specifically, business analysts and data scientists, by freeing up their time and providing them with the best possible information to automate and optimize business operations everyday.

The team behind the creation of this comprehensive (but easy to use) platform are three friends who met during their time studying at University of Waterloo. Francois, Kash and Cameron knew right away they wanted to develop something together using their skills in Nano Science and Science Computing. Initially just a passion project, looking at streamlining data analytics for people to use, they never imagined it would become the foundation of a business. Once they distilled the software’s focus on making data analytics and automated machine learning accessible to business analysts inside organizations, they decided to test it out with some potential clients.

First, they targeted charities, but found that with many charities competing for similar funding or minimal budget’s to invest in this service (however much it was needed and appreciated) it wasn’t a viable client focus to sustain a business. They did more research and switched gears, focusing on industrial companies. Companies already collecting large amount of data within their businesses, but with minimal to no systems in place to harness the power of that data and streamline it to improve business, Terrene found their sweet spot in the market.

Terrene’s automated technology collects data, assesses what the data is trying to predict, then with machine learning and automation helps to create efficiencies for the companies, for example, decreasing processing time, and other solutions depending on what their internal goals or current pain points are. The ideal clients are business analysts or data scientists who are already looking at the data, and often times are manually processing that data or using multiple tools to make sense of it. Terrene is a powerful tool to make their job easier by automating that process and giving them the information they need to make informed decisions, and to automate and optimize certain areas of the business.

When the business was first getting started, the team was accepted to the Tech Starters IOT Accelerator program, in New York, where they received 120K and worked around the clock everyday for three months. Cameron, Co-founder and COO recalls the intensity of the program, but also how it was essential for them to gain clarity and guidance on how to build out the product right out of the gate. After finishing up that program, they returned to Kitchener-Waterloo, and signed their first fortune 100 client.

Six months later, the team was accepted to the AC Jumpstart program, which allowed them to expand the team and gain access to invaluable mentorship which has helped them navigate further development of the product, building ou the team and acquiring more clients.

Forecasting into 2019, the team is preparing to raise a seed round of funding and are excited to jump back into sales mode, to grow the team more and to service more happy customers. They are proud to have achieved everything so far and are sticking to their ethos of “surviving on revenue, and growing on funding”.

If you are interested in learning more or discussing the product with the team, reach them at the following: https://terrene.co/contact-us/


Accelerator Centre Announces Graduation of Expeflow and Rapid Novor from The Accelerator Program

Waterloo (Ontario), CANADA, December 6, 2018 – The Accelerator Centre (AC) is pleased to announce its newest graduates of The Accelerator Program™. The graduation of Expeflow and Rapid Novor marks the 6oth and 61st successful graduation from the AC’s world-renowned program.

“Our mission at the AC is to help technology startups build globally successful, high impact companies,” say CEO, Paul Salvini. “And the evidence shows that we do that exceptionally well. From being ranked among the top accelerators in the world earlier this year to our recognition as the top incubator in Canada by the Digital Finance Institute, the world is taking notice of the work we do here and of the success of the companies that participate in our programming.

The graduation of Expeflow and Rapid Novor is tangible evidence of the talent and potential that is here in Waterloo and a clear demonstration of the kind of passion and dedication required to grow and scale a successful startup. We are incredibly proud to count these two companies as graduates and look forward to continuing to support them through our post graduate program as they scale and see global success.”


For insurers who are looking to better compete, provide effective and efficient insurance and stop leakage related to claims management inefficiencies, EXPEFLOW is a Cloud-based, secure, centrally administered claims management platform for medical and healthcare claims that streamlines processes, increases team collaboration, elevates compliance and provides business intelligence and analytics not previously available.

Rapid Novor

Rapid Novor Inc is the world’s leader in antibody protein sequencing technology. Specializing in the field of mass spectrometry-based proteomics, the team has developed the technology to directly sequence the antibody proteins without needs to access the cell line.

As a University of Waterloo spin-off, the company is building its technology portfolios based on the twenty years of scientific research and inventions from Dr. Bin Ma, co-founder and chief scientist. The company’s REmAb™ antibody protein sequencing service has allowed the accurate sequencing of any given antibody proteins routinely. The company’s WILD™ service is the first commercially available service that can accurately distinguish the isomeric Isoleucine and Leucine using mass spectrometry.


For further information, please contact:

Tabatha Laverty
Marketing and Community Manager
Accelerator Centre

The Accelerator Centre Announces Continuation of the AC JumpStart Program into 2021 with $5.5M in Funding from FedDev Ontario

Waterloo (Ontario), CANADA, November 30, 2018 – The Accelerator Centre (AC) is pleased to announce the continuation of the AC JumpStart Program through a $5.5-million contribution from FedDev Ontario.

The AC JumpStart program, which is operated in partnership with FedDev Ontario, the University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University and Conestoga College, was launched in January 2015 with the objective of providing funding grants to startups across southwestern Ontario. The program provides $30,000 in seed capital and professional, one-to-one mentorship in sales, marketing, human resources, technology, and product development, as well as access to market research and connections to additional investors.

The program fills a critical role in the local startup ecosystem, providing the early-stage capital that is required in order to get innovative ideas off the ground. Now in its fourth year, the program has supported 194 startup companies utilizing almost 8,000 professional mentorship hours. Together, these companies have brought hundreds of new products to markets and created more than 500 full-time jobs in the region.

The renewed funding from FedDev Ontario will allow the Accelerator Centre to support an additional 126 companies through four cohorts, seeing it run to the end of 2021.

Applications for Cohort 9 of the program are open until January 7, 2019, with the recipients starting the program in February 2019.

“The Government of Canada is proud to support Canada’s innovators, helping them succeed on a global scale. This continued investment in the AC JumpStart program from FedDev Ontario will allow more early-stage technology companies to thrive, which strengthens the innovation ecosystem in southern Ontario and creates highly-skilled jobs for Canadians.”

  • The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Science, Innovation and Economic Development and Minister responsible for FedDev Ontario

“The AC JumpStart Program is an essential source of capital for startup companies in this community. We are pleased to continue to partner with FedDev Ontario and our local academic institutions to provide both the funding and the mentorship that make the program so impactful. We are incredibly proud of the success and impact that the first 8 cohorts of AC JumpStart have made in the community and we are looking forward to supporting an addition 126 startups over the next two years.

  • Dr. Paul Salvini, CEO, Accelerator Centre

Quotes from AC JumpStart Recipients

“What we do requires a specialized skill around deep analysis of data. AC JumpStart enabled us to bring in key personnel offering unique value to our customers. It really helped accelerate our focus. One of the biggest benefits coming out of the AC is the mentor guidance it provides. Mentors give you that real feedback that most people don’t have the heart to tell you. They understand business. That sincere perspective is what makes the AC different from other incubator spaces out there.” – Charles Chung, CEO, Brisk Synergies

“The AC JumpStart program has helped our business tremendously. The funding helped us assemble our first order of inventory and fuel marketing and awareness efforts. However, the coaching from the AC’s incredible mentors has provided us with the most benefit. The Accelerator Centre community is warm, supportive, and full of entrepreneurial spirit and it is fair to say that we wouldn’t be where we are today without the program and the mentors’ amazing support.” – Emily Rudow, CEO, Oneiric

“AC JumpStart is a great program and it was super valuable to have access to mentors. The program gave us the time to prototype and build a business model that works. Because of the AC JumpStart funding, we were able to really research and understand the market and hire our first employees to build out our product and sales. I can confidently say we wouldn’t be here at all without AC JumpStart. – Jeremy Hedges, CEO, InkSmith

About the Accelerator Centre

Our world-renowned, four phase accelerator program was developed based on our proven methods and best practices from accelerators and incubators around the world. The program, combined with our proven mentorship model, gives you the resources and guidance you need to grow all areas of your business, get your product to market faster, increase sales, and scale.

For more information visit www.acceleratorcentre.com.

About FedDev Ontario

The Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) delivers funding and services to help create, retain and grow businesses, cultivate partnerships and build strong communities. The Agency is helping to support a strong southern Ontario economy and position the region to compete globally.

For more information, visit www.FedDevOntario.gc.ca.

For further information, please contact:

Tabatha Laverty
Manager, Marketing and Communications

Novalte – Smart Solutions Aim to Improve the Quality of Life for Those with Accessibility Needs

Michael Cullen, Cofounder of Novalte, a monitored Smart Home Accessibility Technology company is no stranger to working with those who face everyday accessibility issues.

Born and raised in Ireland with 5 years professional experience working as a control engineer and then +10 years experience in healthcare as an accessibility consultant, Michael had not only the passion to make a positive change in the industry, but had the expertise to solve a big problem.

While Michael was working in Ireland as a Control’s engineer, he worked in Guatemala building two Hydro power stations there, it was there that he learned the positive effect technology can have in changing people’s lives. It was here that passion to drive change in the world with technology was ignited.

When he came to Canada in 2008, with the economy suffering and fewer job opportunities Michael was faced with possibility of needing to return to Ireland to find work. With a strong conviction that there was a bright future for him here in Canada, he decided to stay and took a job he didn’t love to make ends meet.

While sitting down having a coffee in Yonge and Dundas sq, he saw a gentleman struggling to walk with drop-foot, a condition that can affect someone after having a stroke. He had just purchased the first iphone at the time and knew that there was enough technology in that little device to help that lad walk and questioned “So, why aren’t we doing it?”

Michael made the career change to work as a rehab engineer at a kids rehab hospital in Toronto, “Bloorview Kids Rehab” and then a couple of year later changed to work at an adult rehab hospital. He was working part-time as an accessibility consultant and made the leap of faith to do it full-time and that is when Novalte was born and since has help over 350 people to live independently over his tenure in this field

One of the common challenges with applying tech solutions to accessibility problems is that each individual requires a custom solution.

“Seems like a ridiculous business model, having to customize a solution for each client… but I knew how technology could automate the process and allow us to provide solutions to hundreds and eventually thousands of people.”

Instead of trying to create a one-size-fits-all solution, Michael decided to build a system that is fully reconfigurable and modular that can be tailored to each individual’s custom mobility challenges via software remotely.

The technology works to create an “accessible smart home” for those with mobility concerns so they can live more independently in their daily life. Leveraging existing smart devices as well as Novalte’s own hardware, they have a single solution that combines these disjointed pieces together and make sure it works with their 24 hrs remote support.

“Picture the hub looks something like a cable box, it is installed in the customers home by one of our dealers. They also install the other parts of the puzzle to enable someone with mobility issues to live independently based on their needs. This is usually a combination of Novalte’s other peripherals and off the shelf consumer smart devices.

“The system can be either accessed by the user’s voice or by an accessible switch for individuals that are non-verbal. Once everything has been setup for the customer the system is connected to Novalte’s server which enables them to troubleshoot and change the system remotely. The Emitto system has the ability to do minor troubleshooting automatically. The system is designed to work with or without the internet, but once the Emitto detects that it doesn’t have connection to the internet it will automatically turn off the modem for a period of time and then turn it back on.”

Michael stated that the remote troubleshooting is their market differentiator. He said that while smart devices make the lives of abled bodied individuals easier, it enables a person with mobility challenges to live independently. So, when these devices that they rely on to get through everyday stop working it can really impede daily life for them. The Emitto takes all of this into account.

Novalte received a $100k from March of Dimes Canada to do a pilot study using their technology. The idea of the pilot study was to show that by using technology to improve quality of life for individuals with mobility challenges, organizations that provide attendant services can operate more efficiently.

It was joining the AC Jumpstart program that Michael says had a direct correlation to the company growth that occurred and continues to happen. “The ability to ask questions about what to do next in a strategic manner from experts that could guide us, instead of stumbling through it all ourselves had a significant impact on our business, and we are so grateful for it.”

Looking forward

In addition to growing the team in 2019, Michael looks forward to more pilot studies in Halifax, Winnipeg and Vancouver as well as building in additional functionalities to enable Novalte clients to live more independently.

“We are also building the ability to control more security functions in the home. Often people with accessibility issues will leave the doors open all day long because care workers come and go… but that leaves them vulnerable. So having the ability to lock and unlock the doors and to only let certain people in and out will significantly improve security, and we are really looking forward to introducing this feature”

If you have any questions or inquiries about the platform or want to get in touch with Novalte, reach them at http://www.novalte.ca/contact

AC JumpStart is made possible by and investment from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) and is delivered in partnership with Conestoga College, Laurier, and the University of Waterloo.

Accelerator Centre wins 2018 Canadian FinTech & AI Accelerator of the Year Award

Waterloo, ON – November 27, 2018 – The Accelerator Centre has been named Accelerator of the Year by the Digital Finance Institute at the 2018 Canadian FinTech & AI Awards.

The award recognizes the accelerator or incubator that has demonstrated success in helping FinTech or AI startups to launch their businesses and develop technology, or work with others in the sector to develop the most impactful innovative products or services. The award also highlights the importance of incubators and accelerators in fostering ecosystem support or other forms of support that advance innovation.

“We are incredibly proud to accept the Accelerator of the Year Award at this year’s Canadian FinTech & AI Awards,“ says Accelerator Centre CEO, Paul Salvini. “Each year, we work with an average of 100 new startups and approximately half of those companies are currently working with AI technologies or are innovating in FinTech; it is an exciting space that is going to continue to grow and change the world around us.”

In addition to working with AI and Fintech startups in Kitchener-Waterloo, the Accelerator Centre is expanding its impact by partnering with other innovation hubs across Canada, including the University of Guelph and Invest Ottawa, to create new programming options for entrepreneurs in those regions that leverage the AC’s award-winning program model.

“Our goal in licensing The Accelerator Program™ is to share best practices and our program model with innovation hubs across Canada so that our programming can create and support even more innovative companies in AI and FinTech and other emerging sectors across Canada,” says Salvini. “Our goal is to drive innovation and economic growth across the country.”

In 12 years of operation, the AC has worked with over 500 startup companies that have raised over $560M of investment and created over 3,000 full time jobs in the region. Their portfolio of graduate companies, including Kik, Miovision, Axonify, SSIMWAVE, FindBob Inc, Magnet Forensics, Clearpath Robotics, and eleven-x are the best-of-the-best in the local innovation ecosystem and represent over $3B in corporate value.

“We are grateful for this recognition of our programming and of the success of our client companies,” says Salvini. “We are looking forward to continuing to support and connect entrepreneurs to the product development, mentorship, and funding opportunities they need to be successful and contributing to making Canada a world leader in AI and FinTech innovation.

For further information, please contact:

Tabatha Laverty
Manager, Marketing and Communications

Soundscape.io: High Quality Music for Professional Content Creators

When Soundscape.io founder and CEO, Jason Greenberg, graduated from Berklee College of Music, he found himself in Los Angeles, working as a film and TV composer. It was his dream job, but he quickly realized it didn’t feel right. Writing music in large quantities with quick turnarounds led to not just creative burnout, but a crisis of character as well.

A true advocate for the artistic expression and emotional connection that music evokes, he was left uninspired decided to make a change and create an affordable, subscription-based music licensing solution, that offers authentic, curated music for video production.

With the recent explosion in commercial online video production, Jason saw the need for a fully automated solution for film and video production. This led to the creation of Soundscape.io in 2017, an immeasurably deep music catalog featuring over 1,000 artists – all available in an easy-to-use, unlimited subscription model.

Valuing authenticity and quality over quantity, Soundscape.io contracts content from musicians and then helps license it out to their database of clients, splitting the profits with the artist and empowering them to add revenue streams to their business and gain exposure.


Designed with creatives in mind

When it comes to the customer experience, Soundscape.io has creative video and film producers in mind. The system is fully automated and puts forward relevant content making it easy for producers to find what they need. Utilizing a tiered pricing system, they can accommodate users from DIY vloggers all the way to large production houses who require larger volumes of work.  made with their ideal customers in mind, which typically fit into the following three categories:

“There is no shortage of interest in licensing high quality music,” Jason says. “Especially with the increase of content creation and video being used online. Music is needed by everyone, whether a customer is a DIY’er or a big corporation, so we feel very grateful and proud to have created a platform to not only provide that to those interested in buying, but also empowering musicians to make money from their craft.”

In 2018, Soundscape received the AC JumpStart grant and joined the Accelerator Centre to accelerate the development of the technology and expanded their team; adding a head of Marketing and Sales with experience in music production and composition.

“The mentorship at the AC is unparalleled,” explains Jason. “With the help of AC JumpStart, we’ve been able to scale the business, increase revenue and solidify some of our biggest contracts yet. Looking ahead, we are exited to further develop the platform and grow our team.”

Musician or professional looking to license music can visit https://www.soundscape.io/ for more information or to get started on the platform!

AC JumpStart is made possible by and investment from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) and is delivered in partnership with Conestoga College, Laurier, and the University of Waterloo.

Announcement: Accelerator Centre Opens Cohort 9 of the AC JumpStart Program

Waterloo (Ontario), CANADA, October 31, 2018 – The Accelerator Centre (AC) is pleased to announce that Cohort 9 of the AC JumpStart Program is now open. Applications can now be submitted.

The AC JumpStart program, which is operated in partnership with the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), the University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University, and Conestoga College, was launched in January 2015 with the objective of providing funding grants to start ups across southwestern Ontario. The program provides $30,000 in seed capital, and gives professional, one-to-one mentorship in sales, marketing, human resources, technology, and product development as well as access to market research and connections to additional investors.

The application can be found at www.acceleratorcentre.com/acjumpstart/ and will be open from October 31, 2018, until December 7, 2018, with the recipients starting the program in January 2019.

About the Accelerator Centre

Our world-renowned, four-phase accelerator program was developed based on our proven methods and best practices from accelerators and incubators around the world. The program, combined with our proven mentorship model, gives you the resources and guidance you need to grow all areas of your business, get your product to market faster, increase sales, and scale.

For more information visit www.acceleratorcentre.com.

About FedDev Ontario

FedDev Ontario delivers programs and services to help create, retain and grow businesses, cultivate partnerships and build strong communities. The Agency’s programming is designed to support a strong southern Ontario economy and position the region to compete globally.

For more information visit www.FedDevOntario.gc.ca.

For further information, please contact:

Tabatha Laverty
Manager, Marketing and Communications

Hospital Authority of Hong Kong Selects Mach7 and Client Outlook for Enterprise Imaging Contract

Enterprise imaging and viewing platforms will support the entire territory of Hong Kong

WATERLOO, Ontario, Oct. 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Mach7 Technologies Limited (Mach7) and Client Outlook, Inc. announced today they have been selected by Hospital Authority of Hong Kong (Hospital Authority) to support radiology image sharing among healthcare providers for the entire territory of Hong Kong. The deployment of Mach7’s enterprise imaging solution and Client Outlook’s clinical and diagnostic viewing platform will deliver unprecedented access to patient information and diagnostic images.

The Hospital Authority manages the country’s public health system, which includes 43 public hospitals and institutions, 48 specialty outpatient clinics and 73 general outpatient clinics. They selected Mach7 and Client Outlook for their flexible vendor neutral architectures that tightly integrate to support image sharing among all Hospital Authority and participating Electronic Health Record Sharing System (eHRSS) healthcare providers.

Mach7’s unique intelligent data routing and image normalization capabilities will empower physicians and radiologists to access clinical data from any location throughout Hong Kong.  The technology provides a single network for imaging and will enable faster diagnosis, better clinical outcomes and improved efficiency by avoiding repeat examinations and corresponding radiation exposure.

“We are very excited about this new strategic partnership with Hong Kong’s finest healthcare system,” said Ravi Krishnan, Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Mach7. “It demonstrates the power and efficiency of our solution to improve operational and clinical outcomes, delivering a highly efficient and reliable platform that meets Hong Kong’s demanding imaging requirements.”

Client Outlook’s eUnity is healthcare’s first Smartviewer, a highly adaptable zero-footprint image viewing and integration platform that provides access to diagnostic images from any location with any browser-based device. eUnity’s unique platform design supports simple to complex workflows and delivers a consistent user experience that will help physicians and radiologists throughout Hong Kong reduce the time of care for the patient, improve efficiency and save money.

“We are not only thankful for this opportunity but sincerely honored to have been chosen as an imaging partner by the Hospital Authority of Hong Kong,” said John Marshall, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Client Outlook. “We respect the Hospital Authority’s commitment to deliver the best possible patient care and are confident that our collaborative enterprise imaging solution will provide an exceptional user experience that positively impacts operational and clinical outcomes.”

About Client Outlook

Client Outlook Inc. is a healthcare technology company focused exclusively on empowering the image viewing evolution from hospital department to healthcare enterprise through an innovative software platform called eUnity. Uniquely designed as a zero-footprint viewing solution but purpose-built as in integration platform, eUnity gives all patient care stakeholders equal access to images for clinical viewing and diagnostic radiology reading. This powerful foundation cultivates a boundary-less enterprise that manages change and is prepared for future growth. Visit ClientOutlook.com for more information.

About Mach7 Technologies

Mach7 Technologies (ASX:M7T) develops innovative data management solutions that create a clear and complete view of the patient to inform diagnosis, reduce care delivery delays and costs, and improve patient outcomes. Mach7’s award-winning enterprise imaging platform provides a vendor neutral foundation for unstructured data consolidation and communication to power interoperability and enables healthcare enterprises to build their best-of-breed clinical ecosystems. Mach7’s sophisticated workflow tools, advanced clinical viewing and optimized vendor neutral archiving solutions unlock silos of legacy systems empowering healthcare providers to own, access and share patient data without boundaries. Visit Mach7T.com.

For more information, contact:

Jenni PilcherJohn Marshall
Global CFO & Company Secretary, Mach7Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Client Outlook

The Cowan Foundation Makes Donation to the Accelerator Centre to Support Clean Tech Innovation

Waterloo, October 16, 2018 – The Cowan Foundation and The Accelerator Centre are pleased to announce a collaboration to support clean tech innovation. The collaboration will see The Cowan Foundation make a $50,000 donation to the construction of the Accelerator Centre’s clean tech accelerator facility, recently named the TD Sustainable Future Lab (the Lab).

The Lab and adjacent community hub, evolvGREEN, will be located in evolv1, the first-ever Zero Carbon Building – Design certified project by the Canada Green Building Council and will include research activities, academic programming and the startup accelerator.

The Accelerator Centre has a strong history of supporting high growth technology companies and has worked with more than 500 startups throughout its 12-year history. Graduates of The Accelerator Program™ include Canadian success stories Kik Interactive, Mioivsion, Axonify, Alert Labs and SSIMWAVE. The Accelerator Centre has already started to apply its award-winning program model to the cleantech startups through a pilot program supported by the Ontario Trillium Fund and will move this programing into the new facility in December 2018.

“We were very intrigued when we heard about the evolv1 building and the Accelerator Centre’s clean tech initiative”, said Terry Reidel, Executive Director, The Cowan Foundation. “It is clear that this innovative space for new clean tech companies will be instrumental in driving innovation, research and collaboration. Our Foundation believes these concepts are also important in our philanthropic endeavours, therefore we are proud to support the completion of the Lab’s interior space, where entrepreneurs will be provided with the tools to learn, grow and become the next leaders in driving a clean and environmentally sustainable economy.”

Canadians are passionate about improving sustainability.” says Paul Salvini, CEO, Accelerator Centre. “We are excited to have the opportunity to work with organizations like The Cowan Foundation and to pull the community together in support of the entrepreneurs who are the future of our low-carbon economy. The Lab is a bold initiative and we are grateful for The Cowan Foundation’s support in making this ambitious community vision a reality.”

About the Accelerator Centre

The Accelerator Centre is an award-winning startup accelerator dedicated to building and scaling sustainable, globally competitive companies and giving startups the highest probability of long-term success. In 2018, they were ranked the #4 Accelerator Program in the world due, in part, to a reputation for meaningful, one-to-one mentorship and helping entrepreneurs go from the idea stage to high-growth enterprises. In their 12-year history, the Accelerator Centre has worked with over 500 startups, those companies have created over 3,000 full time jobs and brought over $600M in investment into the region. For more information or to apply to the program visit our website www.acceleratorcentre.com.

About The Cowan Foundation
The Cowan Foundation was started in 1995 in honour of Frank Cowan, the founder of Frank Cowan Company and Cowan Insurance Group. The Foundation is sustained by the ongoing success of the Princeton Holdings group of companies including Cowan Insurance Group, Frank Cowan Company, The Guarantee Company of North America, Cowan Asset Management and Fountain Street Finance. Together they provide insurance and risk management products and services for individuals, businesses, organizations and public entities, as well as assisting employers with their group benefits, retirement and health and disability management plans. The goal of The Cowan Foundation is to make a positive difference in the lives of Canadians and the broader well-being of our communities. For more information, please visit www.cowanfoundation.ca.

For more information contact:

Tabatha Laverty
Manager, Marketing and Communications
Accelerator Centre