We are excited to introduce the participants of the third Trampoline Cohort!
The Trampoline program is a validation stage program for impact focused entrepreneurs and ventures looking for support to test and refine their business model, to better position themselves for success. Meet the Trampoline 2016 entrepreneurs!
- Harmony Redsky – Freely
Freely is a wearable that provides additional safety measures for women in Canada.
- Nick Cheung – Leefy
Leefy provides workshops to develop emotional stability and social competency.
- Kevin Kimoto – Uproot
Uproot provides education for upcycling and about the circular economy.
- Khayla Almonte-Davila – REACH
REACH is an online community-based platform to assist refugees resettlement efforts, increasing support for newcomers to Canada.
- Hilary Meredith & Stephanie Petersen
Are working to develop a platform to connect workers who have alternative working needs with organizations that need their skills.
- Sally Guerrero – NyO – Fortified Breakfast
NyO is a fortified breakfast that uses natural, nutritious and delicious juice. It is based on a Peruvian recipe to replace unhealthy, artificial juices.
- Paul Piaskowski – PeopleCultureImprov
PeopleCultureImprov addresses institutional barriers to collaborative problem solving in the workplace through improv techniques, while fostering an appreciation for the arts
- Randal Gillis
Is interested in developing a prevention-focused model, including a prototype for a board game to encourage positive mental health development among youth.
- Chris Hakes & Azadeh Ardakani – LeapFrog Strategies
Upcycling food waste that would otherwise go to landfill, creating healthy and nutritious cold-pressed juices from recovered fruits and vegetables.