Fusion Forum Best in Show announced.

by Rob Lewis

Techvibes' Victoria Revay covered the presenting companies at today's Fusion Forum and this evening New Media BC announced the ten companies that have been chosen to participate in tomorrow's private investor sessions. The chosen 10 are:

  1. Clicktoy
  2. Ecobuddies
  3. Aegis Mobility
  4. AppSocial
  5. Mobify
  6. Muutu
  7. My Wedding Match
  8. mingleverse
  9. Moving Media
  10. Wantsa

VC Jeff Clavier was responsible for announcing the Best in Show and the following three startups were singled out:

  • 2nd Runner up - My Wedding Match
  • 1st Runner up - AppSocial for Tingle.com
  • Best in Show - Ecobuddies Interactive Ltd.

“Best in Show” winner Ecobuddies will receive paid airfare to San Francisco and a three month placement at the prestigious Plug and Play Tech Centre accelerator in Sunnyvale, California.

Photo: Jerome Kashetsky

EcoBuddies Interactive Ltd.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

EcoBuddies Interactive Ltd. is a Vancouver-based company that recently launched its same-named website at www.ecobuddies.com. Ecobuddies’ goal is to normalize environmental concepts for children who are 5-12 years of age and provide them with a world of games, fun, and friends. EcoBuddies is currently beta testing and will be fully functional by the end of this year. EcoBuddies is a moderated... more

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Started in September 2009, by Angel Pui in Vancouver, BC, Canada, Weddingful is a Social Community with thousands of local brides, grooms and vendors that provides the easiest Wedding planning experience. From Wedding Photographers and Cakes to Venues and Live Music, Weddingful connects tens of thousands of couples and Wedding service professionals across Canada and the US. With the most... more

Clicktoy Interactive Inc.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Based in Vancouver, Canada, Clicktoy Interactive Inc., develops and publishes original software for preschool aged children using the latest in graphics and real-time animation technology. Clicktoy is successfully and safely turning computers into children's toys. Ken Kavanagh founded Clicktoy Interactive Inc. in 2006 after being inspired by watching his son playing with toys. Kavanagh's other... more

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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Techvibes.com.  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more

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