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By Pam Banks

Earlier this week, we announced the competing companies –  Carmel Vision, Induce Biologics, Isobarex and Rivalries Corporation – that will pitch to the expert panel for a chance to be crowned the Star Innovator of Idol III.

The winning company will be the recipient of a suite of prizes valued over $40,000 from the kind contribution of the prize sponsors.

“Our finalists have invested many hundreds of hours in sweat equity to get to this annual grand finale of our Growing Your Business breakfast series,” said RIC`s Entrepreneur-in-residence, James Sbrolla. “They are all talented and committed star innovators who benefit from prize sponsors like Bereskin Parr, C Worthy, Intelligent Office, Gowlings, Marketing Pad, Meyer Norris Penny, RBC, and Sustained-Media.”


June 15th`s Idol III is shaping up to be an extraordinary event, we have had to move to a bigger venue to accommodate a large crowd and we are excited to be growing so exponentially and being recognized by our peers and supporters. Mayor McCallion highlighted the importance of great platforms like Idol for start-up companies to connect with investors and to encourage other individuals with entrepreneurial aspirations.

We are also looking forward to past winners – Temporal Power and RealTech – providing an update of where being an Innovator Idol winner has taken them.

June 15th’s Idol is an event you won’t want to miss – Click here to register today – we hope to see you there!

Pam Banks is the Executive Director for RIC Centre.  RIC Centre helps new entrepreneurs and seasoned business people take the next great idea to market in the field of advanced manufacturing, aerospace, life sciences and emerging technology.

The RIC blog is designed as a showcase for entrepreneurs and innovation. Our guest bloggers pro vide a wealth of information based on their personal experiences. Visit RIC Centre for more information on how RIC can accelerate your ideas to market.

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By Cheryl Lindsay

RIC Centre is pleased to announce that it has selected four innovative companies from a large pool of applicants for this year’s Innovator Idol III. And the finalists are:

Carmel Vision
Carmel Vision (CV) is a Toronto based software & hardware development company focused on delivering fresh and innovative solutions to address information overload.   CV was founded in 2004 and has an existing user base of 600 customers. The company’s goal is to offer technologically superior, yet affordable products that let users regain control of their data saving time wasted on searching and organizing.

Induce Biologics Inc.
Induce Biologics
is a regenerative medicine company focused on developing devices combining growth factors and biomaterials to induce the body to regenerate itself – specializing in regenerative medicine, recombinant growth factor and osteogenesis.

Isobarex
Established in 2008, Isobarex develops innovative technologies enhancing the detection of radiotracers and expanding their applications in biomedical research and nuclear safety and security. The technology allows measuring important radiotracers with unprecedentedly low limits of detection.

Rivalries Corporation
By combining some of the traditional plastic processing technology with its modified intrusion and insert intrusion technology, Rivalries Corporation has been successful in developing a sample product offering that creates a cost-effective, sustainable, and marketable final product. Rivalries technology allows one to take a waste stream and convert it into a useful set of products that are durable, waterproof, insect- and rot-resistant, non-toxic, and cost-effective.

Click to learn more about Innovator Idol III.  It takes place on June 15th, 2011 from 8:30AM-11:00AM at the Noel Ryan Auditorium (301 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W., Mississauga). Registration for the third annual Innovator Idol is now open. Seating is limited! Register today.

Cheryl Lindsay is an undergrad student and the University of Toronto, Mississauga.  She is currently enrolled in the CCIT program pursuing a specialist in Digital Enterprise Management.  Cheryl is a student intern with the RIC Centre acting as Assisting Communications Officer.

The RIC blog is designed as a showcase for entrepreneurs and innovation. Our guest bloggers pro vide a wealth of information based on their personal experiences. Visit RIC Centre for more information on how RIC can accelerate your ideas to market.

 

 

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