Startup Zone welcomes new companies
Latest companies accepted are Shoplaw, Local Legends Apparel and Cradle Technology Design
Three new companies have joined the business incubation residency program at Charlottetown’s Startup Zone.
The latest companies accepted into the program are Shoplaw, Local Legends Apparel and Cradle Technology Design Inc.
Shoplaw, founded by Randy Campbell, adds transparency and choice to the process of selecting a lawyer with an online platform.
Local Legends Apparel, cofounded by Aidan Northcott and Ashley Paynter, is a clothing company that creates clothing inspired by our small, but mighty, Island.
Cradle Technology Design Inc. is developing a consumer product that will allow users to collect and track valuable data from urine.
The Cradle Technology team is made up of Andrew Simmons, Javon Mayhew, Brady Gallant and Alex Gamble, four graduates of the University of Prince Edward Island’s School of Sustainable Design Engineering.
“The value of the program is in our deep focus on customer needs and creating a network of entrepreneurs for support and collaboration,” said Doug Keefe, Interim CEO if Startup Zone.