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CleanTech Startup, Prairie Robotics, Closes $690K Seed Round

Saskatchewan-based CleanTech startup and Co.Labs company, Prairie Robotics, has announced the recent closing of a CAD $690K seed round.

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Co.Labs Ag-Tech Startup Croptimistic Raises $5.2M in Series A

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.

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Skip the Dealerships: Canadian startup Curbie raises $7 million

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.

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Meet Co.Launch Cohort 7

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.

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Meet Co.Launch Cohort 6

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.

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The (Founder) Road Less Travelled

Founders in the Co.Labs program have come from all walks of life, you don't have to be a developer to apply!

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4 Panels, 7 Tech Founders, ∞ Insight

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.

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Co.Launch Finale: Zooming to $15K

The Spring 2020 Co.Launch cohort featured the best 8 tech startups from an initial pool of 35 applicants. Ultimately, 3 of those made it to the finale event to pitch for $15,000 in non-dilutive capital!

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