Meet the Spring 2017 Enterprise Co-op pitch winners

Friday, May 26, 2017

This month, Enterprise Co-op students pitched for five prizes of $5,000 at the Ignition Week pitch competition. Each competing student had five minutes to pitch their venture to a panel of judges, followed by a three-minute question period.

Meet the Spring 2017 pitch winners!

E Co-op Awards

The E Co-op Awards are available to students in Arts, Environment, Math, Science, and Applied Health Sciences. This term, there were two winners: 

Areesha KhanAreesha Khan

Honours Psychology, minor in Fine Arts

ARI: To alleviate the pain of having to spend hours trying to find the perfect gift for someone, ARI delivers custom-made drawing portraits that are sure to delight any recipient! Have ARI create a visual replica of your unique personality- quirks & all!


Sara CamplinSara Camplin

Environment and Business

ProVi is a video production company that creates training and promotional videos for companies in the horticulture/greenhouse industry. ProVi offers quick video turnaround time and great quality videos at affordable prices.


Norman Esch Enterprise Co-op Awards

The Norman Esch Enterprise Co-op Awards are available to students in Engineering. There were three winners: 

Ceiline ZhangCeiline Zhang 

Management Engineering

Ignitr seeks to connect homeless youths with homeowners for temporary work opportunities such as lawn mowing or snow shovelling in exchange for work experience, job recommendations and payment while changing stereotypes and eliminating segregation within our society.


Liam KellyLiam Kelly

Management Engineering

Proxy: Clothing sizes are inconsistent across brands and unreflective of all body types. Proxy rejects sizes, using 3D body scans and user preferences to make custom clothing.


Michael LaiMichael Lai

Computer Engineering

AvRa aims to help people with motor disabilities, especially Parkinson's, to control computers using their eyes.