Propel ICT Names Companies Participating In Growth Program

--New Program Helps Successful Tech Companies Reach The Next Level --

MONCTON—Propel ICT, Atlantic Canada’s startup accelerator, today announced the first round of companies selected to its Growth program. This new program helps established technology companies discover new ways to achieve rapid growth.

The six-month program, led by veteran technology executive Stephen Palmer, formerly Co-CEO at Remsoft, is customized to meet the specific needs of its participants.

The selected companies are:

·       Alongside – Moncton, New Brunswick

·       BASE Engineering – Saint John, New Brunswick

·       Eosense – Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

·       Ironflow Technologies – Dieppe, New Brunswick

·       Lixar – Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Ottawa, Ontario

·       Luminultra – Fredericton, New Brunswick

·       PLATO Testing – Fredericton, New Brunswick

·       RtTech – Moncton, New Brunswick

The Growth program offers intensive workshops, monthly online meetings, one-on-one mentoring sessions with successful technology leaders, access to Propel ICT’s speaker series and bootcamps, and the opportunity to take part in showcase events in Canadian and international markets.

“The Growth program is focused on helping already successful businesses reach the next level,” said Anita Punamiya, CEO of Propel ICT. “Participants will learn from each other and from business leaders in Atlantic Canada and who have faced similar business challenges and found innovative ways to succeed.” 

Propel ICT also offers two other programs: Launch is for new technology businesses while Build is for established but early-stage companies. Applications are currently open for these programs. Entrepreneurs are encouraged to apply at

About Propel ICT

Propel ICT is a startup accelerator serving entrepreneurs throughout Atlantic Canada. It works with a wide range of community partners throughout the region. Since Propel ICT’s launch, over 150 companies have graduated from its programs, attracting investment, creating jobs and growing the region’s economy. To find out more, visit or follow @PropelICT


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