CIX Canadian Innovation Exchange has announced the innovative Canadian technology startups for the their 2022 program. CIX published two lists annually, the Top 20 Early Stage companies and Top 10 Growth Stage companies.
Chosen by the CIX 2021 Selection Committee of 100+ global technology investors, the selected companies represent a diverse range of technology companies spanning software, AI, medtech, fintech, big data, security, SaaS and cleantech sectors.
Companies are chosen based on several key factors including product/service offering, depth of management, market opportunity, business model and diversity of the management team.
Included on the list of early stage startups is Toronto-based lending platform SAVVYY.
SAVVYY’s team is building digital infrastructure for the lending industry, using data and design to modernize loan processing. In 2021 the fintech startup raised a $5.7 million funding round from several prominent investors in the Canadian financial services industry.
Toronto B2B startup CapIntel has closed a USD $11 million Series A financing round led by New York’s FinTech Collective earlier this year. “The wealth management industry continues to benefit from technology to enhance client experiences, and we’re excited to be at the forefront of this transformation,” commented James Rockwood, Founder of CapIntel.
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