Clean Nature, alumni from AquaHacking ’19, are accepted in the Esri Start-Up Program

By Mélissa Dick
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The young start-up Clean Nature, comprising 3 co-founders from the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) and 2nd place winners of the 2019 AquaHacking Challenge, have developed an innovative solution to reduce excess road salt in an effort to protect aquatic ecosystems. The company has recently been accepted into the Esri Startup Program.  

What is the Esri Startup Program? It is a 3-year global program for startups to help them build their business through mapping and location intelligence. Not only will Clean Nature have access to Esri software like ArcGIS and other services, but they will be guided and trained to jumpstart their business and products. They will also have the opportunity to network with an entire new community of industry teams and developers where they will be able to market their innovative product.

Congratulations Clean Nature for this accomplishment and all the best as you start this program!

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