Wolfville-based company headed to World Cup Tech in Silicon Valley
Singolar headed to World Cup Tech 2016
Singolar, has been selected as one of 24 Artificial Intelligence (AI) companies to compete in the AI / Robotics group, in the World Cup Tech, June 1, 2016.
World Cup Tech 2016 is held at the Microsoft Campus in Silicon Valley as start-up companies from around the world compete for the title. Entrants go through a rigorous process of judging to be accepted as competitors, and all participants are in the pre-global stage.
“We are so excited and humbled to compete among the leading global tech-startups,” said Suman Kalyan, CEO and founder of Singolar. “We’re hoping that our friends and supporters in Wolfville, Nova Scotia and all of Canada will vote for us through the competition and help us bring home the victory.”
People can vote for Singolar in the AI/Robotics Group at www.worldtechcup.com. Winners will be determined by a combination of the judge’s scores, and online votes.
Singolar gives companies access to advanced intelligence to enable smarter strategic and business transformation. Advanced intelligence improves the customer experience and related business outcomes such as brand protection, loyalty, cost of acquisition, customer lifetime value and cost savings. For more information on Singolar please visit the website www.singolar.com.
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Suman Kalyan, CEO & Founder, Singolar
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