Several area companies are getting 30-thousand dollars in development seed funding grants, from Bio-Enterprise Corporation. The money is being delivered through Innovation Guelph.
The companies receive coaching and mentorship over the next four years, to help them grow their business, and attract private investment.
The Making-box is described as Guelph’s hub for live comedy and education through improvisation.
The money will help them move into a new venue.
Shrimp Canada aims to be Ontario’s first producer-supplier of high quality shrimp to commercial shrimp growing businesses.
Ace-Age has developed a household device that helps patients take their medication, and properly records when medications have been taken.
And, Clean Cut Energy will use the money to market an innovative hourly water-meter reading devise, with the aim being conservation.