QReserve receives $50,000 in IRAP funding, accepted into CDMN Soft Landing Program

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Forge company QReserve recived $50,000 from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP). Funding received will further QReserve’s research and development.

QReserve was also accepted into the Canadian Digital Media Network’s (CDMN) Soft Landing program to further expand into international markets during the second quarter of 2017. QReserve is riding on a strong year of growth with an 1,800% increase in registered users. They will leverage the Soft Landing program to be grow globally and be physically present in the United Kingdom, which will increase their growing user base and strengthen engagement with university officials to further deploy QReserve’s platform.

NRC-IRAP maintains formal and informal relationships to extend and complement the capabilities of NRC-IRAP. These relationships help to strengthen the innovation support system in Canada in a way that benefits small and medium-sized enterprises.

The CDMN Soft Landing program “helps mature startups and small- to medium-size enterprises (SMEs) from across Canada to grow their businesses through new revenues or investments in foreign markets.” CDMN Soft Landing Press Release dated February 23, 2017

Congratulations to the QReserve team!