Mawji Centre Entrepreneurs
Browse the NAIT student and alumni entrepreneur companies that have been supported by the Mawji Centre and its partners.
Agriolabs creates cleverly designed compact, self-sustainable and modular garden grow boxes.
Nevin DeMilliano – Bachelor of Business Administration '17
Agricast is a private forecasting service built with and built for agricultural professionals. Agricast employs meteorologists, agronomists, and a dedicated sales team to create the most accurate weather forecasts. With competitors offering weather stations, Agricast offers more value in planning for weather into the future.
Darion Balfour Photography
Wedding photography and brand creation for small businesses.
Alex St. Louis – Digital Media and IT
DigiPlay is a cross-platform, video gaming subscription service where users can play video games instantly on any device, no downloads required. Like Netflix, but for games! DigiPlay strives to be the next big tech company in Edmonton, and hopefully inspire a wave of others to build things to scale and stay right here at home, all while contributing to the economy in Edmonton, as well as Alberta.
Partners: Mawji Centre/Startup Edmonton
Arth Soni, Alex St. Louis, Raj Shah & Kunal Patel
Online food delivery service specializing in post-secondary campuses.
Epic Rope Access
EzNotes records and automatically types out lecture notes, creates summaries of lectures, and cue cards to aid student learning.
Fly & Fetch
Victoria Celi and Shelvie Fernan
Fly and Fetch is an online peer-to-peer shipping marketplace that connects travellers with extra luggage space and shippers who need to send packages abroad.
Hurb is a multi-vendor cannabis reservation system that gives customers the opportunity to pre-order cannabis products from local retailers.
Kyle Gagnon – Bachelor of Business Administration
Inception VR Inc. is a virtual reality, augmented realty and mixed reality consulting company. Inception provides solutions for events, education, and art. They collaborate and work with their clients to fit their needs and solve problems using VR/AR/MR technology.
Bill Leuang – Alternative Energy Technology ‘15
InnovaLED is a sustainable lighting company that maximizes energy savings for the commercial, residential, and industrial sectors. Bill Leuang provides energy analysis reports, LED rebate applications, and manages projects from start to finish.
Keystone Event Management, Probar Bartending & Bulletproof Jewelry
Carter Buchanan – Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Innovation '18
Carter Buchanan owns and operates BulletProof Jewelry, ProBar Bartending and Keystone Event Management. BulletProof designs and creates jewelry from repossessed bullet casings, ProBar is a private event bartending service with industry trained and tested staff and Keystone does event planning and management for public, private and corporate events!.
Keystone Event Management Probar Bartending Bulletproof JewelryStory
Andrew Madu – Bachelor of Business Administration
Anna Singkhone – Graphic Communications ‘98, Magnetic Resonance Technology ‘17
Luxxe Society is a super car rental agency providing services to the greater Alberta region. They provide hourly rentals, as well as personal and corporate packages. They aim to bring dreams to life, creating life-long memories. Luxxe Society fills the unique car rental need to the ever-growing car culture community.
Cole Rosentreter – Emergency Management
Pegasus Imagery Ltd is an intelligence and data solutions company delivering technology solutions to the emergency management, public safety and commercial sectors in Canada. Cole Rosentreter focuses on providing real-time imagery, video and GIS-ready data solutions. Their unique applications of unmanned technology, communications and situational awareness software delivers a common operating picture directly into the hands of those who need it most, because in high risk events, intelligence matters.
Revolution Ice Cream
Jessica Steblyk – Bachelor of Business Administration
John Steblyk – Mechanical Engineering Technology ’03
Homemade ice cream sold in markets and to restaurants.
Romar Duco – Digital Media and IT