Propel has named 32 companies to Phase 2 of its Incite program – its biggest intake yet in the virtual tech accelerator.

The chosen companies span Eastern Canada.  Eleven companies are from Nova Scotia, nine from Newfoundland and Labrador, seven from New Brunswick, and four from P.E.I.  There is also one company from Quebec.

Because the Incite curriculum is delivered online, there are no restrictions on where the participants are based, and mentors from all over the world are able to interact with the attendees. Each company also receives a dedicated coach to give the entrepreneurs individual attention.

 “The momentum of Incite is building and we are thrilled that a number of the companies were referred to us by our alumni,” said Propel CEO Barry Bisson in a statement. “We are confident this cohort boasts many of the most promising startups in our region and we cannot wait to work with them.”

Phase 2 of Incite runs for seven months and aims to help the founders build a scalable and repeatable sales process using the GrowthX methodology for market development.  Silicon Valley-based GrowthX helps people to commercialize innovation through an online platform that allows companies to access the content as they need it. Propel has regional exclusivity agreements to use GrowthX’s programming.

Companies enrolled in Phase 2 will have a chance to receive funding by several means, including a $50,000 investment commitment from the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation and Innovacorp, a $25,000 cash prize, and a $30,000 investment for the winner of the Gerry Pond Sales Award.

The following companies were selected for Phase 2:

AGILE, Érik Lebrun, New Brunswick.

Alibee, Axel Lecomte, Quebec.

Bench Boss, Dave D'Entremont, Ian Coultas, Newfoundland and Labrador.

CareCrew, Abdel Moslih, Nova Scotia.

Cyno, Peter Barbour, Newfoundland and Labrador.

eChart Healthcare, Rivers Corbett, Amanda Betts, New Brunswick.

Flip the Page, Alex English, New Brunswick.

FoodByte, Matthew Winchester, Douglas M. Armour, Jessy Gervais, Nova Scotia.

Gibli Tech, Ben Bschaden, Mark Ernsting, Nova Scotia/British Columbia.

Hanatech, Chuck Lienaux, Nova Scotia.

Hyke, Sid Eskand, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Inspectar, Liam Cadigan, Daryll Day, Matthew Noseworthy, Nicholas Warren, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Invisible Agents, Stuart Boyd, Nova Scotia.

JellyGood, Cole Turner, Eric Gelineau, Nova Scotia.

Jobsite360, Peter Douglas, P.E.I.

Milk Moovement, Robert Forsythe, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Motryx, Franziska Broell, Nova Scotia.

Oliver POS, Mathias K. Nielsen, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Peri CRM, Harsh (Gary) Kohli, New Brunswick.

Rally, Daniel Joseph Di Maria, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Reset Breathe Fitness, Tracey Gairns Brioux, P.E.I.

RIDDL, Jess Peters, Jenelle Sobey, New Brunswick.

Septicsitter, Kelly Galloway, P.E.I.

ShopLaw, Randy Campbell, Devon Ross, P.E.I.

Simbi, Alexander Gillis, Aaron Friedland, British Columbia/Nova Scotia.

SnapAP, Sionne Roberts, New Brunswick.

SpreeSpot, Jason Bernard, Kevin Hebert, New Brunswick.

totaliQ, Andrew Sinclair, Newfoundland and Labrador/Ontario.

Tranquility Online, Joel Muise, Nova Scotia.

Universal Cognitive Solutions, Mark Gauci, Newfoundland and Labrador., Randy Ansems, Kevin Ansems, Marisa Ansems, Nova Scotia.

Venture 2 Impact, Fadi AlQassar, Nova Scotia.