Startup Zone wel­comes new com­pa­nies

Lat­est com­pa­nies ac­cepted are Sho­plaw, Lo­cal Leg­ends Ap­parel and Cra­dle Tech­nol­ogy De­sign

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - WEEKEND BUSINESS -

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.

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