June 18, 2019 / Source: GTAN

On Tuesday, June 18th, GTAN members, entrepreneurs and special guests, including students and professors from University of Waterloo’s School of Accounting and Finance and The Lazaridis School of Business and Economics, gathered at Bingemans for the last Investor Meeting of the season. Guests also welcomed Jess Joss, the newly appointed CEO of The Alliance.

Attendees heard pitches from three early-stage companies: Workeefy, LabsCubes and Amanda Steene Custom Cosmetics.

The first pitch of the evening came from Ritesh Malik of Workeefy. Workeefy is the innovative digital marketplace for instant home services. A wide variety of convenient choices like the handyman, home cleaners, electricians, plumbers, painters, and more are available at the click of a button via the website or mobile app.

For the second pitch of the night, attendees heard from Khaled Boqaileh, CEO of LabsCubed. LabsCubed enables companies to create new and innovative materials faster. This is achieved through automated test equipment, innovative data management software and machine learning algorithms.

The final pitch of the evening came from Ian Amanda Steene, CEO, and Ben Fisher, CTA of Amanda Steene Custom Cosmetics. Amanda Steene Custom Cosmetics is a tech enabled custom cosmetics company. By using Augmented Reality, they create personalized products perfectly matched to each client’s needs.

Save the date! Our next investment meeting will be held in September, 2019 when we kick off our next season. Interested in becoming a GTAN Angel? We’re always looking for new members. Contact us to learn more!