Comfable is among the 12 Canadian startups selected from across the country to pitch during the 2016 Canadian Crowdfunding Summit. The Summit, to be held on March 3, 2016, attracts investors, service providers and alternative finance leaders from Canada and around the world.
“We are excited to be one of the finalists to pitch at NCFA to compete with the most successful Canadian companies,” said Comfable CEO Neda Ghazi. “Crowdfunding is all about making communities, and they provide a great opportunity to build a community of creators. It is exciting to be a part of it and learn from others experience.“
Comfable’s mission is to create comfortable and sustainable environments. Their latest product, QTemp, is a smart wearable weather station that measures UV index and temperature. The company recently completed a successful crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, which raised over $43,000.