09 Dec Say Hello to New Members! (December 2015)
Posted at 01:55h in BC Tech Blog
Author: BC Tech Association
Can you believe it’s already the final month of 2015? Well, here we are with the latest batch of new members! From blockchain technologies to mom-friendly applications, we are excited to give a warm welcome to the great local companies joining the BCTIA Network this month.
Read on to learn more.
|Blockchain Tech LTD is a technology company whose current business is focused on developing blockchain technologies to disrupt and transform existing industries. Technology is developed in-house and through BTL’s incubator and accelerator programs, based in Vancouver, British Columbia. BTL’s first technology platform is a remittance business called Interbit with a focus on leveraging blockchain technology to create rapid and cost effective “cash-in cash-out” settlement solutions between the United Kingdom and target countries.|
|chatnels simplifies communications between organizers and participants. We make it easy for participants to connect with the organizers using secure private chat, and for organizers to broadcast updates to keep everyone in sync. chatnels is developed by a talented team based in Vancouver, Canada.|
|Crisp Media is a digital media company focused on delivering quality hyper-local online media properties for urbanite parents all over the over the world. Founded in 2009 by digital media veteran Christine Pilkington, Crisp Media’s properties include VancouverMom.ca, Toronto Mom Now and JellyBeen, a mobile-first platform to connect urbanite parents with local kid-friendly spots.|
|FLO Innovations Inc. is an advanced applied materials start-up company founded by David Fournier, Vivien Lo and Badr Omrane in Vancouver, Canada. The core vision of FLO is to develop innovative conductive materials for now and the future.|
|Keebola helps easily blend data from CRM, support, mailings, social networks, web services, and internal databases. Display it in Tableau or GoodData to learn your business’ true story.|
|Kwantlen’s School of Business is the second largest undergraduate business school in Western Canada – consisting of over 150 business faculty, 3,500 full-time students, and 9,000 total students annually who are enrolled in one of the 16 available program options. Awarded the prestigious international accreditation by the association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), Kwantlen’s School of Business meets the rigorous educational standards established by ACBSP and stands as one of the few internationally accredited business schools in B.C.|
Want to meet more companies from the BCTIA Network? Find out all about our new members from November, and learn about the hundreds of other companies in our Member Network Directory! Don’t forget to check out our Industry News Feed to keep up to date with everything that’s going on the tech community.
If you’re interested in learning more about the BCTIA Network or have questions about membership, contact Hana Doubrava at email@example.com.