Wednesday June 3, 2015

Spring Loaded Technology Finalist for the BDC Young Entrepreneur Award

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BOYNECLARKE LLP would like to congratulate “Spring Loaded Technology” on being selected as a finalist for the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC)’s Young Entrepreneur Award.

“Spring Loaded Technology” took home the first place prize in the Innovation stream at the BOYNECLARKE LLP Innovative Ideas Competition in February 2013, which challenged students from post secondary schools across Nova Scotia to develop an innovative product, invention, service, business venture or community service that has the potential to make both an impact and business sense. (See BOYNECLARKE LLP Fosters Next Generation of Nova Scotia Innovators)

“Spring Loaded Technology” is a finalist for the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC)’s Young Entrepreneur Award, where each year Canadian entrepreneurs ages 18 to 35 compete for a chance to win the grand prize of $100,000. Winners are selected through a two step process, which includes evaluation by a national committee and finally, public votes which account for 50% of the finalist’s total score.

To cast your vote, click HERE.

Best of luck to “Spring Loaded Technology”!

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