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Launch Party Edmonton: Celebrating Past Successes, Growing New Connections

December 19 The Localize Project Blog

At the end of November Localize received an exclusive invitation to be one of ten innovative start-ups featured at Launch Party Edmonton. A space for creatives, entrepreneurs, investors, bloggers, consumers and supporters  to meet Edmonton's brightest entrepreneurs, demo their products, and celebrate everything that our startup community has to offer.

View More: http://fophotography.pass.us/startup-edmonton Meghan, Founder of Localize; and Pablo, Grocer Relations Manager; at Launch Party, EDM AB
Image by FO Photography,www.fophotography.com

Last years Launch Party alumni include: MoverGranify,YardstickLogin RadiusPoppy BarleyJobberMailout Interactive, and Showbie - local startups who are rapidly growing, attracting investor funding, and making their way in the startup world.

This year, by our side there were some awesome presenting companies: Visio Media, Accent Free, Cinder, Drivewyze, Dryrun, Pinshape, SAM, Scope AR and Sporting Charts. This years event was packed with great food,  innovative thinkers, and good conversation.

View More: http://fophotography.pass.us/startup-edmonton Image by FO Photography, www.fophotography.com

Take a look behind the scenes at the sold out Launch Party 4

View More: http://fophotography.pass.us/startup-edmonton Image by FO Photography, www.fophotography.com

View More: http://fophotography.pass.us/startup-edmonton Image by FO Photography, www.fophotography.com

Image by FO Photography, www.fophotography.com  Image by FO Photography, www.fophotography.com

Meghan rocks her Elevator Pitch. Image by FO Photography, www.fophotography.com  Meghan rocks her Elevator Pitch. Image by FO Photography, www.fophotography.com

Localize shelf-labelling servie identifies local and regional products right on the store shelf, and provides cutomers with an easy way to find more information about where each produc has come from when they scan the QR code that is found on each label. Localize Shelf Labels Highlight 'How Local' food products are in grocery stores

Localize's shelf-labelling service identifies local and regional products right on the store shelf, and provides customers with an easy way to find more information about where each product has come from when they scan the QR code that is found on each label. In our first year in business we have launched the Localize service into over 50 grocery stores in Alberta, and partnered with over 300 food producers, and have profiled over 4000 food products. We are currently growing the program into British Columbia and Saskatchewan.

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