Introducing the DMZ’s newest cohort: 12 tech startups that are disrupting the Canadian tech ecosystem
The DMZ Incubator is a market validation and traction program that helps venture-backable pre-seed and seed-stage startups execute their go-to market strategy, acquire lighthouse customers, gain media exposure, explore global expansion, preparing for the next round of funding, and much, much more.
Out of hundreds of the high-calibre startup founders that applied from Canada and around the world, the DMZ hand-picked 12 tech companies to join a new 18-month cohort in the Incubator.
This cohort has startups joining from Vancouver, Canada to Budapest, Hungary, across diverse industries like logistics, insurtech, fintech, proptech, and more.
Introducing our Spring ‘22 Incubator cohort:
Airtasks helps architecture, engineering, and construction teams manage their daily activities more effectively and collaborate in a common data environment.
AssetFlo is building the next generation of location products to help the supply chain increase visibility with a single device that works everywhere and eliminates costly infrastructure.
Baoba is creating street-smart insurances by combining location intelligence with technologies to create geo-triggered coverages. Baoba’s vision is to become the #1 global ecosystem orchestrator for on-demand insurance needs and the platform for connecting a fragmented market.
Carmodity partners with car dealerships to provide lease-financing to customers in a debt-free and interest-free model.
Cozii Technologies provides sustainable residential and commercial properties management services. Their flagship product Cozii Proptech allows residential landlords to manage their rental properties from anywhere in the world.
Lightster is a mobile platform that enables tech startups to build instant user communities for input and co-creation, and rewards users for their time with exclusive access and cash.
Monosens helps industrial machine builders and maintenance providers predict which machines need maintenance or aftermarket services using IoT technology and AI.
Businesses, governments, and individuals share many important documents every day. myLaminin uses Blockchain to deliver security, convenience, and control to the document issuer, document holder, and third-party document verifiers.
Reyts is a marketplace that allows individuals to swap currencies seamlessly and securely.
SizeWize offers an AI-backed fit recommendations eCommerce app that ensures online shoppers can buy the right size online, providing reduced returns, increased conversion, increased AOV, targeted marketing and optimal supply chains.
Getting a car is time-consuming and difficult. Related services like insurance and maintenance make it even worse. ShiftRide offers flexible car subscriptions on their users’ own terms.
VRapeutic is an Ontario-based UNICEF Innovation Fund portfolio software house specializing in developing therapeutic and rehabilitation solutions, with a focus on virtual reality (VR) for learning and developmental challenges.