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.

Launch Lab is a one-stop shop for technology based startups and growing companies. We are a team of entrepreneurs, investors, ex-CEO’s, and professional analysts who are here to help your company grow and bring innovative, technology based products to the marketplace.

Limestone Analytics builds cutting-edge economic tools for the analysis of social interventions and international development projects. Founded in 2016, they provide modeling and evaluation services to guide decision making by governments and social sector organizations. At Innovation Park, the firm develops methods to build flexible economic models, with the objective of decreasing the costs of conducting rigorous analysis and increasing access to academic-quality evaluation techniques.

ListNet is an online property marketplace.

ListNet consolidates all property types (Residential, Commercial, and industrial, for sale, rent, lease) all on one easy to use website.

Tom Marlay, member of the bars of Ontario and New York, is a graduate of Queen’s U., Ottawa U., Carleton U. and Osgoode Hall Law School. He has years of experience in technology law, licensing, private equity, purchase and sale of businesses, franchising, and commercial leases.

Start-ups welcome.

613-507-1309

Tom is also counsel to Andrews Robichaud, an intellectual property law firm in Ottawa specializing in patents, industrial design, trademarks and copyright.

www.andrewsrobichaud.com

Medizone International, Inc., is a research and development company engaged in developing its AsepticSure™ technology to decontaminate and sterilize hospital surgical suites, emergency rooms, intensive care units, schools and other critical infrastructure. If current trials continue to proceed successfully they will be followed by a hospital mock-up and then hospital beta testing of the production prototype. Initial sales are targeted to commence in the 4 quarter of this year.

Mero helps building owners save money by reducing costs associated with their washrooms, while in turn helping them be more environmentally sustainable.  This includes saving on labour costs, supply costs, and reducing unnecessary waste associated with washroom cleaning.  Our product ensures a building's dispensers are always functioning as they should be: with fully stocked supplies. With Mero, patrons never have to encounter an understocked facility, and building owners have the peace of mind their washrooms are functioning properly.

Monetta Technologies is a company with the goal of making meetings more productive by supplying team leaders and managers with user-friendly tools. Monetta is currently developing a meeting management software that leverages speech-to-text technology to provide an easy and efficient way to take notes during meetings while providing teams and managers with data analytics on how efficient their meetings are and where they could cut costs and increase meeting productivity.

NanoFabrication Kingston is a collaboration between Queen’s University and CMC Microsystems, providing researchers with access to leading-edge equipment, methods, and expertise for designing and prototyping microsystems and nanotechnologies.

www.nanofabkingston.ca/

T: 613. 530. 4786

E: gibson@cmc.ca

 

 

The NRC Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) is the Government of Canada's best tool for helping small and medium-sized firms develop new technologies that result in the commercialization of new products, processes or markets.

NRC-IRAP's technology and business advisory network, coupled with the shared financial support it offers to innovative companies and organizations, strengthens Canada's innovation system and ignites the growth of NRC's technology cluster initiatives in Canada.

Established in 2015, Okwaho Equal Source, an Indigenous social enterprise, has become a highly sought-after global leader and change agent in Indigenous-inspired social finance, social enterprise, social innovation, and social procurement for the Canadian and Australian public and private sectors. Okwaho Equal Source’s mission is to fuel social, economic, and environmental impact via the empowerment and inclusion of diverse entrepreneurs and Indigenous-owned enterprises.

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