Construction Software

Bridgit receives $750,000 investment from FedDev Ontario

View article “FedDev Ontario’s contribution demonstrates the Government of Canada’s commitment to scale local businesses,” said Mallorie Brodie, CEO and co-founder of Bridgit. “This project will allow Bridgit to not only develop more products to increase our overall market opportunity, but to support the local community through the growth of our team.”

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Five Canadian cities with highest volume of investment dollars and deals in 2018

View article “…attention should be paid to Toronto’s growing proptech sector, where construction project management software company Bridgit raised $7.75 million CAD in March, and real estate tech platform Nobul raising a private placement funding round in August.”

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BDC Capital’s Women in technology venture fund invests in 25 companies – Latest investments include Sampler and Bridgit

View article “Having BDC Capital’s Women in Technology Venture Fund (WIT) as a lead investor was a key ingredient in attracting a top tier investor syndicate for our Series A. Their early interest helped the round come together quickly which enabled Bridgit to begin executing on our 2019 plan with the capital required to make

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Bridgit in the 2019 Bay Street Bull 30×30 guide

View article From the start, the entrepreneurial duo was adamant about being hands-on with their research, talking to over 500 industry people and visiting site after site to gain insight. The result is Bridgit, a platform that streamlines every step of the construction processes by increasing efficiency, lowering risk, and helping projects finish faster. The

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Bridgit’s take: Female executives are still scarce in corporate Canada

View article Women in the construction industry, especially at the leadership level, are far outnumbered by their male counterparts. Bridgit has been changing the face of the industry since day 1 – not only with leadership, but with the solutions offered for punch list, inspections, quality, and resource management.

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Polishing our brand: Review of Waterloo Region’s governance is an opportunity to strengthen our community’s identity

View article “We moved to Waterloo Region in 2013 to start building our company, which makes software that streamlines construction projects. Our decision was deliberate. We understood the advantages that being in this community offered to an emerging technology company, and the success we’ve had since has much to do with its value proposition. We

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