ePACT is the emergency network, helping communities better prepare for and respond to any crisis. By leveraging the power of online networking, ePACT brings organizations and individuals together to share critical information, plan collectively and communicate before, during and after any emergency, resulting in greater connectivity and safety for all.
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The annual Canadian Financing Forum is just around the corner. Following what it described as an "overwhelming" number of applicants this year, the event this week announced the final roster of... more
For families swamped with filling out emergency forms, one Vancouver-based startup is looking to change that by offering a central hub for all emergency information. The emergency support... more
GrowLab alumni ePACT Network announced today completion of a "significant round of financing" as well as a strategic partnership with Byye group to support accelerated spread of emergency... more
ePACT has been nominated for a 2013 Canadian Startup Award in the Accelerator Graduate of the Year category. Let's find out why. What would you do if an earthquake/forest fire/alien invasion hit... more
Today Vancouver's ePACT Network announced launch of its online emergency system, better connecting and protecting families, organizations and communities through any crisis. Natural and man-made... more
TechWomen Canada has announced the companies that have been accepted into the TechWomen Canada program in San Francisco, running May 13 to 16. TechWomen Canada is run by the Canadian Consulate... more
Yaletown Venture Partners has invested in ePACT Network, a Vancouver-based startup that is gaining momentum fast. Described as a "LinkedIn for emergency networks," the startup joined Growab's... more
Techvibes has learned that BDC Venture Capital, Canada’s largest institutional venture capital investor, has invested in all four of GrowLab's most recent graduating startups. BDC is... more
Last night, Vancouver accelerator GrowLab hosted its Demo Day for the Winter 2012 cohort. In addition to the four local companies that participated in GrowLab's three-month program, three startups... more
This morning Vancouver-based startup accelerator, GrowLab, announced its Winter 2012 cohort. Five chosen companies have settled in GrowLab’s new space and are ready to begin their 4-month... more