Eugeria, Intelligence Industrielle, and Stay22 finalists at Prix Montréal inc.

11 October 2018

Andrew Lockhead from Stay22, Valérie Larochelle from Eugeria and Martin Landry from Intelligence Industrielle

The Prix Montréal inc. semi-final, an exclusive competition for laureates of the Fondation Montréal inc., took place, October 9 at La Factry. Each year, the Prix Montréal inc., presented by Desjardins Entreprises, highlights young startup entrepreneurs who have distinguished themselves by their outstanding achievements since winning the Montréal inc grant +.

It was Eugeria (represented by Valérie Larochelle), Intelligence Industrielle (represented by Martin Landry), and Stay22 (represented by Andrew Lockhead) who were selected by the jury. Thank you to the members of the jury : Caroline Bessette from Anges Québec, Jean Rodrigue from BCF, Karl Théard from Desjardins Capital, Justine Whissel from KPMG, François Crête from NATIONAL and Sophie Maccario, Montréal inc. laureate and co-founder of Épicerie LOCO.

Qantu, cacao et chocolat received the public's favorite award from the guests, evaluators and Montréal inc. volunteer, coaches, as well as the startup ecosystem partners present.

The grand finale will be held on November 15th during the Soirée Montréal inc. The 3 finalists will have the chance to present their business to the entire business community who will choose the winner. To learn more click here.

Congratulations to all!

3 finalists : Eugeria - Intelligence Industrielle  - Stay22
Public's favorite award :  Qantu, cacao et chocolat
The semi-finalists :  Le Parloir, caves privées - Merinio - Ottomata

The Fondation Montréal inc. would like to thank its partners of the Prix Montréal inc. : Desjardins Entreprises, presentor, BCF, KPMG, NATIONAL who will offer banks of hours of consulting services, EEB and la FACTRY who offer an entrereneurship bootcamp and training and also Anges Québec for preparing the entrepreneurs for their pitch.


About Fondation Montréal inc.

Fondation Montréal inc. propels towards success the most promising entrepreneurs through grants, access to a high-level business network and the expertise of experienced business volunteers. Fondation Montréal inc. awards annually over $700,000 in grants, without taking any participation, offers young entrepreneurs personalized à la carte services and opens the Montréal inc. doors to them thanks to its vast network of more than 450 business volunteers. A charitable organization, Fondation Montréal inc. is 80% funded by the private sector and has contributed, since 1996, to the creation of more than 900 businesses.