Who's Here

The following companies and organizations are tenants and-or occupants at 945 Princess Street.

Several companies are incubating inside the university’s current Innovation Park footprint that is within this facility. For information on startup incubation and acceleration space and resources, please click here.

The remaining companies and organizations are tenants and-or occupants at 945 Princess Street. Many participate in and contribute to the innovation ecosystem. For general leasing enquiries please contact GGTC, the owner of the facility.

Croptracker is a crop and farm management software company focused on the fruit, vegetable, greenhouse, and specialty crops sectors. Croptracker helps producers and processors with labor tracking, traceability, spraying, harvest, packing, storage and shipping of their crops. 

DisTech operates under an open source hardware business model that promotes sustainable innovative development.

In addition to the renowned Prometheus V2 All-Metal Hot End, DisTech has recently released the Prometheus System, an intuitive solution for reliable multi-filament 3D printing.


Dragonfly Information Technology Inc. offers expertise in a wide range of software development languages and techniques to provide your business with the best possible custom software solution.

We provide a unique blend of agile software development methodologies combined with onsite analysis. We put software in your hands quickly and as you decide it should be. We provide the means and recommend technologies to build your custom software project on time and on budget. 

The Dunin-Deshpande Queen’s Innovation Centre supports student innovation and entrepreneurship at Queen’s University. DDQIC brings people together across all disciplines and provides resources to support innovation and the creation of products and services that make a difference in our region and internationally.

Enviro Innovate spearheads a unique partnership with Queen’s University, involving Enviro Innovate’s cleantech accelerator at Innovation Park, located at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario Canada. The initiative attracts startups and established enterprises looking to commercialize or acquire innovative technologies.

FlexDealz.com is a dedicated e-commerce market place connecting service and appointment based businesses with consumers.


The GEC Electro Magnetic Field Processor (EMFP) is a cost-effective technology for processing fluids for a wide range of

applications. They include:

  • Water Treatment
  • Lithium Extraction
  • Corn Wet Milling

Grafoid is a Canadian graphene research, development and investment company. As a leading global contributor to graphene’s commercialization, we invest in, manage, and develop markets for processes that produce economically scalable, pristine graphene for polymer and non-polymer, energy storage, medical, environmental and a broad range of other industrial, consumer and military applications.


The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce will be recognized as the "Voice of Business" dedicated to Kingston being Canada's most sustainable city.


The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce is a Member organization delivering high-value products, services and opportunities with a focus on advocacy, networking and education.

GreenCentre Canada brings together Canada’s leading Green Chemistry researchers, industry partners, and commercialization professionals in a common goal of developing cleaner, less energy-intensive solutions for traditional chemical products and manufacturing processes. A National Centre of Excellence, GreenCentre takes a truly hands-on approach, working with academic and industrial partners to identify and develop research breakthroughs that can benefit the environment and that are closely aligned with industrial needs.