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InnoCité MTL, Canada’s first Smart City accelerator, has announced five startups: Potloc, Key2Access, Wedo, Goowi and Local Logic. Potloc builds smarter neighbourhoods by implementing the right store in the right neighbourhood. Potloc.com helps retailers identify local demand by asking people…

InnoCité MTL, Canada’s first Smart City accelerator, has announced five startups: Potloc, Key2Access, Wedo, Goowi and Local Logic.

Potloc builds smarter neighbourhoods by implementing the right store in the right neighbourhood. Potloc.com helps retailers identify local demand by asking people what they need in their neighbourhood.

Key2Access is the Smart City solution for accessible pedestrian crossing. Key2Access is empowering impaired pedestrians with the use of technology to revolutionize municipal infrastructure and create more inclusive communities.

With WeDo, you can get multiple services for your property, including snow removal, pool maintenance and mowing grass, all without contracts.

Goowi is fundamentally transforming corporate philanthropy by connecting businesses and individuals to make greater social impact, together. With Goowi’s platform, corporations can seamlessly and cost-effectively integrate philanthropy into their operations by engaging their customers & employees to support charities of their choice.

Local Logic enables e-commerce websites to market the hidden value of great urban locations. Local Logic provides them with insight on every street corner in a city to help their customers find the best house, hotel or restaurant.

InnoCité MTL leverages the power of its network of mentors and of public- and private-sector partners who have the potential to partner with these startups.

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