We’ve been busting at the seams waiting to make this announcement. We’re so honoured to be named a part of this inaugural CDL-Atlantic cohort.
The opportunity to work with this collection of eminent fellows, associates, and the Rowe School of Business at Dalhousie is a unique privilege that we are incredibly excited about.
This isn’t just a massive step forward for Harbr, but for the entire Atlantic Canadian startup and technology ecosystem.
Coming back from Mountain View last week after meeting with Y Combinator’s partners Michael Siebel, Stephanie Simon, and Gustaf Alstromer, it’s incredible to see just how successful an ecosystem can be when accelerators, business leaders, and high talent collide.
The power of the ecosystem is what led us to meet with the illustrious angel investor, Jason Calacanis last week in California as well. Jason then invited us to attend Founder University and put us through to the final round of Launch.co.
CDL, as well as Volta, are platforms not just for startups but for positive and highly innovative ecosystems.
Congratulations to all teams amongst this inaugural cohort – it will be exciting working and learning alongside you all.
Harbr is a mobile app for collecting field data from construction sites in real-time regardless of existing paper-based processes.
For construction companies, Harbr is a central place to retrieve and download site reports, as well as a place to begin analyzing field data.
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