Bridgit Delivers Pizza and Results to Toronto Construction Sites

To celebrate the launch of their company’s namesake deficiency management platform, Kitchener's Bridgit visited construction sites throughout downtown Toronto today delivering a free pizza lunch to on-site teams.

Female staff in branded hard-hats hit various locations throughout downtown Toronto including King & Spadina, the Waterfront, and the Liberty Village area.

The experiential launch strategy should get the Accelerator Graduate of the Year finalist some needed attention in the old-school construction industry.

"In order to develop software that people actually wanted to use on construction sites, we needed to get to know our users extremely well."

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Bridgit’s co-founders spent the better half of 2013 conducting extensive research on construction sites across Ontario, speaking with site supervisors and project managers and integrating their feedback throughout the entire process.

Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Bridgit is bringing the power and flexibility of mobile devices to the construction site. By improving communication between contractors through trackable, and tagged multimedia messages, Bridgit will eliminate many of the costly delays that result from miscommunication on site. Bridgit boasts the title of the only Canadian company building mobile tech to better connect onsite and offsite teams. more

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