Ignition Fund recipients receive startup funding!
From left: Ignition Fund Recipients who received startup funding – Ian Lucas and Dr. Matthew Dunlop (Tunistrong Technologies Incorporated), Minister Bloyce Thompson, Dylan MacLennan (L’nu Energy Inc.), Kristin Lund (CollaborationSchool.Com) and Rachael Sonola (Sonola Sweets).
The spring round of Ignition Fund winners were announced today, August 9th, 2022. We’d like to thank all those who applied and congratulate the following startup businesses on their successful submissions.
Tunistrong Technologies Incorporated
The first and only company to commercialize CNC from tunicates as an ingredient useful for the manufacture of a wide variety of composite materials.
Sonola Sweets is an Afro-fusion baked goods company that produces bread mixes for customers to create soft and buttery loaves and buns at home.
L’nu Energy Inc.
L’nu Energy Inc. is focused on helping First Nation peoples design, construct, and implement cleaner energy systems.
A health and wellness company that focuses on delivering tailored, accessible, and engaging workouts, nutrition plans, and creative guidance to professional musicians over a digital platform.
CollaborationSchool.Com is a unique training product that helps teams to manage and prevent workplace conflict to decrease stress, increase productivity, and create healthy workplaces.
The Ignition Fund is a competitive based fund for entrepreneurs seeking start-up capital for a new innovative business venture or to develop and launch a new innovative product. The fund invests seed capital that will allow successful applicants to turn their ideas into a tangible and viable business.
Since its launch in 2014, the Ignition Fund has supported 75 companies with startup funding. Stay tuned for application dates for the fall round to be announced!
If you’d like to know more and how to apply for Ignition Fund startup funding, visit: Ignition Fund