TechBrew Robotics is a turnkey robotics automation for difficult applications, including a system that picks, trims and packages mushrooms.
This year’s OKGN Angel Summit saw participants from all over British Columbia signing up to participate. Easier access to the OKGN Angel Summit was made possible by this year’s transition to virtual, removing any need for travel during the ongoing pandemic.
“I’m really encouraged to see how active the [Angel Investing] community is now in the Okanagan, and in Western Canada as a whole. It’s great to have the OKGN Angel Summit here in the Interior of BC to educate on how to make an angel investment and how to receive an investment. It’s a marvellous model for the individuals on both sides of the table,” Boudreau shared after winning.
The March 18th public finale was the culmination of 10-weeks of training and meetings for both the participating companies and the investors. It also serves as an opportunity for the community to get a first-hand look at how companies and investors are connecting and creating relationships. The finale is as much of a celebration of all the participant’s efforts as it is to choose a winner.
Brett Montrose, founder of Streamline Athletes, took home the People’s Choice Award. This award is determined by the attendees based on the quality of their presentation and interest in their product or service. Streamline Athletes is an online platform that improves the recruitment process for both athletes and coaches.