GreenCentre awards Fortalesa Technologies $100,000
Fortalesa Technologies, a start-up company based on a technology developed by Professor David Potter of McMaster University, has been awarded $100,000 from GreenCentre’s SME Commercialization Fund. The funds will help Fortalesa to commercialize their proprietary adhesive technology, which can be used in a variety of applications ranging from consumer goods to automotive. Fortalesa and GreenCentre will work together to optimize formulations and process parameters, and prepare test quantities of promising commercial prototypes for customer validation.
Win Chemicals Awarded $62, 500
Win Chemicals has been awarded $62,500 as part of GreenCentre’s SME Commercialization Fund (SCF)— a program that supports the commercialization activities of Ontario-based, chemistry-driven smalled and medium sized enterprises. Based in Burlington, Ontario, Win Chemicals offers a wide range of raw materials for product development and has been awarded the funds from GreenCentre for a project designed to commercialize a green, high performance surfactant technology.
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