So much to celebrate, so little time! Let’s check in with our Co.Labs companies and see what’s been going on over the summer.
Saskatchewan-based CleanTech startup and Co.Labs company, Prairie Robotics, has announced the recent closing of a CAD $690K seed round.
Canadian AgTech company Croptimistic announces $3.5M in Series A investment from Forage Capital Partners and $1.7M in funding from the founders and institutional debt.
USask and Co.Labs join forces to foster tech innovation in Saskatchewan. USask will annually invest $60,000/year over the three years, effectively doubling their sponsorship amount from previous years.
Curbie, Canada’s first fully-licensed online vehicle retailer recently raised $7 million in seed funding – the largest seed round in Tech in Saskatchewan history.
Cohort 7 will be pitching to a panel of judges at this month's (February 25th) Co.mmunity Night!A founder from each of the eight startups will have three minutes to pitch, followed by three minutes of Q&A from our all-star judges.
Co.Labs is excited to announce that, effective January 4th, 2021, Matt Stefan will be taking on the role of Executive Director at Co.Labs.
Co.mmunity is back October 29th - Get your ticket! Out of 41 applications, 9 promising #sktech startups were selected to participate in Co.Launch Cohort 6.
Founders in the Co.Labs program have come from all walks of life, you don't have to be a developer to apply!
The Co.Learn Founder Speaker Series featured Sask-based tech founders speaking candidly about their experiences, failures, and demystifying what it takes to be a tech CEO.
We've kept an eye out on some people who were supposed to speak at the physical version of the conference earlier this year. They've been up to some pretty incredible things.