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As engineers, we are dedicated to finding and digging deep into creative, game-changing tech and investing in the future of what it can become and do for Canada. We support and develop the next generation of leaders, bringing a depth of management experience and support to every company we invest in.
Our discipline and experience is what sets us apart. We drill down into companies to find their magic, we identify best-in-class technology and companies that demonstrate a firm grasp of their market and have developed a product to fit it. And we work closely with university and non-university incubators to find them.
We invest solely in the under-serviced sector of earliest capital needs because we know we can have a meaningful impact on the Canadian companies that need capital the most, and because we know that by doing so, we can deliver the best possible returns for our investors.
We are the first-choice investor of Canada’s tech start-up leaders.
We are RiSC Capital.
We welcome technical risk because we understand it. We know how to identify opportunities that scare others off.
Our deep knowledge and experience allows us to mitigate that risk and use it to our, and our investors’, advantage.
We have been investing in Start-Ups for over 15 years each and know what it takes to get an investment to the finish line.
We identify, empower, support and nurture home-grown technology.
We give Canadian talent a reason and a way to stay in Canada.
We provide Canadian investors with an opportunity to invest in Canada’s rich tech market, and keep their returns in Canada.
Innovere Medical makes wireless video screens for MRI machines, reducing the anxiety caused by the tight space and increasing the communication between the technician and patient.
Skygauge has reinvented the drone to perform work not possible with drones today. Their patented design with tilting rotors results in stability and force that can be appied to a wall surface. With an initial target market in Ultrasonic Testing of industrial structures, the company will branch out into a wide array of work like pressure washing, painting, coating, scrubbing, welding, and other maintenance. ‘Workforce in the Sky’.
Brink Bionics makes a gaming glove for "First Person Shooter" gamers that allows them to shoot 80ms faster than their opponent. The glove grabs the nerve impulse from the brain as it moves across the hand to the index finger and sends the signal directly to the game, before it gets to the mouse click.