Alert Labs Wins Funding and Mentorship from Accelerator Centre, AC JumpStart

October 31, 2017
George Tsintzouras, Ruth Casselman and Kevin Wright stand with AC JumpStart representative to accept cheque for funding

​​​Waterloo, Ontario, Canada - June 24, 2015 – Alert Labs is proud to announce its acceptance to the Accelerator Centre’s AC JumpStart program, an innovative incubation and mentorship program aimed at helping technology start-ups establish and grow their business.

Through the AC JumpStart program, Alert Labs will gain access to critical seed funding and a year of mentorship from world-class business experts in finance, sales, marketing & communications, human resources, leadership & culture, technology & product development.

“With only preliminary mentorship discussions, we’ve already experienced significant benefits from the mentors’ valuable insight,” says George Tsintzouras, President of Alert Labs. “We are honoured to be accepted into this program with a proven track-record of success.  AC JumpStart will enable us to accelerate our product innovation.”

“AC JumpStart is playing an important catalyst role in helping entrepreneurs create and grow a business from the ground up.  It offers them access to that all important early stage funding, as well as the ability to seek advice from a range of seasoned business executives.  Over the next four years, this program will touch hundreds of young companies across Waterloo Region, helping them build better businesses” says Dr. Paul Salvini, CEO, Accelerator Centre.

Established by the Accelerator Centre®, AC JumpStart is delivered in partnership with Conestoga College, University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University, and is funded by the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario).

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