Juno Technologies Wins GRAAM Pitch Competition!
The lively and engaging performances of the twelve finalists greatly impressed the jury of the GRAAM pitch competition. In total, four winners stood out in each of the four categories: Sustainable Economic Development, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Attraction, Training and Retention of Talent, and Workplace Wellness.
The JCCM would like to thank once again all the winners, finalists and jury for their participation. It was a pleasure to discover their projects and we wish them the best for the future!
Juno Technologies is a winner of the GRAAM pitch competition. The startup is developing a compact, discreet and portable device that quickly alleviates menstrual pain – for lasting relief.
Congratulations to the other winners of this edition:
- Kiima is led by Samuel Lemire Dupont who has developed a natural, plastic-free and local refillable deodorant applicator.
- Ecoplast Inc. The company designs and manufactures high quality homes from recycled plastic bottles.
- My Royalty natural care worn by Schamma Rosidor who has developed a brand of natural hair products for black women.
The jury also named the Proaction Coup de Coeur :
- NeuroMelly Inc. led by Melly Moore, which is dedicated to creating an inclusive community for neurodivergent people by raising awareness and education about neurodiversity, as well as developing a variety of products and services to help them navigate daily life.
Thanks to the jury Alexandra C., Vanessa Moisan-Willis, Geraldine Cadier-Miralles, Yanik Veillet and Paul Evra.
As well as to all the partners: Government of Quebec – Careers, Energir, Bell, Sun Life, TACT, HEC Montreal School of Management, PME MTL, Hydro Quebec, Coop Carbone, Proaction International and CN.