March 19, 2019 / Source: GTAN

On Tuesday, March 19th, GTAN members, entrepreneurs and special guests, including students and professors from The Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business and The Lazaridis School of Business and Economics, gathered at Bingemans for the March Investor Meeting.

Attendees heard pitches from three early-stage companies: Jamstack, Factory Bucket and TopSpin Technologies.

The first pitch of the evening came from Christopher Prendergast, Founder of Jamstack. By creating the world’s first and only attachable guitar amplifier, as well as the only amplifier with a built-in digital interface, Jamstack has created an amazingly freeing guitar playing experience.

Jamstack is one of the 20 companies competing at the Shenzhen Innovation & Entrepreneurship International Competition Canadian finals at Toronto City Hall on March 23, 2019.

For the second pitch of the night, attendees heard from David Uram, CEO of Factory Bucket. Factory Bucket makes software that simplifies the management of the factory’s front office. Their first 2 applications include a supply chain software application and a production scheduling software tool specific to industrial manufacturers and job shops.

The final pitch of the evening came from Theo Versteegh, CEO and Jeffrey Fischer, COO of TopSpin Technologies. TopSpin360 (TS360) is the first patented multi-planar neuromuscular training device developed that is consistent with the state of the scientific literature on how to reduce concussion risk by improving neck musculature and function.


Save the date! Our next investment meeting will be held at Bingemans on April 16, 2019. Interested in becoming a GTAN Angel? We’re always looking for new members. Contact us to learn more!