Palette, a company that created a freeform hardware interface that can be built like Lego to control your favourite software, won the first-ever award for best hardware-based startup at the Velocity Fund Finals, and was one of several big winners at the event that took place at the University of Waterloo yesterday.
The three other winners of the grants worth $25,000 are:
- PetroPredict – A well integrity prediction engine for the oil and gas industry that enables subsurface engineers to identify low capital, high reward optimization opportunities in their fields.
- Sparkgig – An online marketplace for hiring performers.
- TrendRadius – Provides product management software as a service, including market insights and analytics, for companies to create profitable products that their customers love.
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