FounderFuel set to unveil 9 new startups on Demo Day

Montreal-based startup accelerator FoundFuel will be hosting its demo day this Thursday and introducing nine new digital firms to the world.
According to FounderFuel’s General Manager Ian Jeffrey the cohort has amassed some impressive statistics during its development time, including 1 million downloads, and 175,000 active users in total. FounderFuel’s program has been running since 2011, hosting its 12-week program twice a year for about 20 teams in total. Startups are given $50,000 of seed funding and could later acquire an additional $150,000 in exchange for nine per cent equity.
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Tickets are available to those who want to see the event transpire live at Rialto Theater, which seats 900 people. Investors are being welcomed to the event with reserved tickets. Here’s a list of the companies you’ll see pitches from, courtesy of Jeffrey:
Transit AppTransit App | Powering public transit
The app that simplifies public transit by empowering commuters with the information they need.
GrooveGroove | Reconnect with your music
The smart music player that learns from listening habits to create the perfect playlist every time.
LoginRadiusLoginRadius | The social sign-on API
LoginRadius is a unified social authentication API for web and mobile platforms to engage, understand and leverage users.
The farm-to-fork online marketplace for chefs and farmers.
CrowdMediaCrowdMedia | Reinventing news photography
A curated marketplace that captures newsworthy photos in real-time for publishers.
Swift IdentitySwiftIdentity | Who?s next?
The API powering the next generation of secure online authentication.
InstagradInstagrad | Making higher education a reality
The social fundraising platform for college and university savings.
DashbookDashbook | Satisfying your information craving
The platform that satisfies your information cravings by delivering the content you care about.
The wholesale marketplace that connects independent fashion designers to retailers.

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