Bridgit won Google’s most recent demo day.
The Waterloo-based startup took top prize at Google for Entrepreneur’s inaugural Demo Day: Women’s Edition.
The Canadian company was founded by Lauren Hasegawa and Mallorie Brodie.
Google for Entrepreneurs received 450 applications from over 40 countries. Bridgit was among the 11 female-led startups invited to Silicon Valley for the pitch competition. It was the only Canadian company to make the finals.
The judges said Bridgit had “great traction elements,” a “very systematic sales process,” and a “clear go-to-market approach.”
Bridgit was a 2013 Canadian Startup Awards nominee in the Accelerator Gradudate of the Year category and last week Brodie penned a guest article for Techvibes titled Three Things to Be Aware of When Pitching Your Canadian Startup to US Investors.