Signalytic reaches summit
Okanagan Edge Staff - May 27, 2024 - Biz Releases

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A Vancouver startup that enables remote health-care facilities to generate and share data has won the Okanagan Angel Summit.

Signalytic took home the $195,000 investment prize during last week’s finale in Kelowna. The company, along with five others, gave live pitches to the group of Okanagan investors, and they picked Signalytic as the winner.

“The Angel Summit has been an incredible experience,” Signalytic chief executive officer Nico Christofi said in a press release. “The quality of the investors involved, their due diligence and their advice throughout the process has been even more valuable than the winning prize.

“We’re so glad to have been a part of it amongst some other really tremendous companies, and to have the backing of an amazing cohort of local investors is an honour for us.”

The other finalists were Penticton’s skiKrumb, Armstrong’s Inhub Farms, Squamish’s FireSwarm Solutions, Calgary’s Propra and Nelson’s VersaFile.

Propra CEO Al-Karim Khimji captured the people’s choice award.

The Okanagan Angel Summit, which began in 2019, passed the $1 million mark in investment funds distributed this year.


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