CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF COMMITMENT TO
ON QUÉBEC CAMPUSES
Most generous grant program destined to student-led ventures in Québec
Cumulative amount offered in grants since 1998-1999
Operating businesses created with the support of the program
Cumulative additional financing historically raised to date by alumni companies of the program
Application period open from January 8th through February 16th, 2024
The program is accessible to student entrepreneurs aged 35 and under from all Quebec campuses who are building innovative business projects across all fields and sectors.
Consult the 2024 Guide de candidature for more details on the program (available in French only).
Some of our inspiring alumni…
- Meet this promising, inspiring, yet humble group of daring founders:
Ferreol Technologies - $75,000 bursary
Félix Lapointe, Jonathan Audet and Étienne Boucher | Université Laval
Ferreol Technologies develops and commercializes innovative materials and technologies that are more efficient and eco-responsible for the manufacturing sector globally. The company’s first innovation is an aluminum alloy which, according to some key players in the mining sector, is currently the most resistant in the world.
Sonaro - $50,000 bursary
Kashif Khan and Karina Gasbarrino | Université McGill
Sonaro democratizes cerebrovascular accident (CVA) prevention and ultrasound scan accessibility, by making it easy to perform a high-quality examination in a fraction of the time and cost. The company has developed a 3D vessel reconstruction software, powered by artificial intelligence allowing high-precision diagnosis.
Technologies Modulate - $35,000 bursary
Aymeric Guy, Maxence Coulombe and Louis Marceau | Polytechnique Montréal
Technologies Modulate creates intelligent 3D-printed, ultra-customized corsets to make the treatment of children with scoliosis more accessible. Using an automated design and manufacturing approach, the company generates connected smart corsets that are more comfortable and clinically effective than the existing standard of treatment, and at the same cost.
Géodar - $25,000 bursary
Charles Gauthier and Raphaël Leblanc | École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS)
Géodar manufactures an intelligent sensor for excavators to prevent water and infrastructure damage during construction work. With this device, the company aims to reduce underground infrastructure breakages, make worksites much safer and preserve water resources by avoiding waste.
SysNergie - $15,000 bursary
Félix-Antoine LeBel, Pascal Messier and Louis Pelletier | Université de Sherbrooke
SysNergie develops and manufactures integrated modular lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles. The developed batteries are high quality and easy to integrate into any type of vehicle, helping to accelerate electrification in Québec and globally.