Wolfville-based tech startup Singolar has been chosen to compete in Silicon Valley's World Cup Tech on June 1.
"We are so excited and humbled to compete among the leading global tech-startups," said Suman Kalyan, Singolar CEO and founder in a release. "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."
Singolar develops algorithms that help companies to better understand how to interact with customers, and as a result, it allows companies to deepen relationships and attract new clients.
World Cup Tech is held at the Microsoft Campus where start-ups from across the globe compete for the title.
The relationship between Singolar and Silicon Valley began earlier this year when the startup head to Northern California to attend the Canadian Technology Accelerator program.
As it progressed through the program, Singolar got to know representatives of SAP--a German multinational company that makes entreprise software to manage business operations. The Nova Scotian company was later accepted into the SAP startup program with the goal of rolling out the Singolar product to German companies in the near future.
Supporters of Singolar can vote for the startup in the AI/Robotics Group at www.worldtechcup.com