Indian startups to showcase their innovation at tech conference in Toronto

10th April 2019
Indian startups to showcase their innovation at tech conference in Toronto
Collision Conference’ Community launch in Toronto

April 11 2019: A number of startups from India will be making their way to Canada,  next month, to showcase their products and services at North America’s fastest-growing technology conference - Collision,  being held in Toronto  between  May 20 and 23.
Here are some of the start-ups that will be sharing their ideas among international investors and tech giants:
Coming from Chandigarh, Technofox India Pvt Ltd is the startup behind a tool called Ginvoicing. This tool is an invoicing solution that can be integrated with a variety of applications, such as Alexa. The GST ready software helps users prepare invoices and file returns with ease.
Peppynite is an online venue booking portal, providing access event venues, as well as being paired with the caterers, event planners, decorators, music artists and more to ensure stress-free experience when planning a party.
W3Dart. This Rajkot startup claims to be the internet’s most advanced audiovisual feedback and bug reporting tool for digital projects. W3Dart collects feedback from clients and colleagues in the form of actionable sticky notes on users websites.
The Noida-based startup, ADDED, is a technical professional service provider company for IoT, cloud building and video collaboration. Their service is driven with the motive of forming lifelong partnerships with clients, constantly adding value.
GuideRatna.  Consider it the Uber for guided tours. The travel startup from Kolkata, allows user to either book a tourist guide or guided tour in real-time using their app. GuideRatna is currently active in five historical cities across India.

Collision is known to be the fastest growing tech conference in North America. Now in its fifth year, event will be held from May 20 – 23 in Toronto, Canada.