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Waterloo-linked startups on track for billion-dollar annual revenues

ApplyBoard, Arctic Wolf, eSentire, Faire, Trusscore and Vidyard made the list of companies identified by Communitech as the most likely in Canada to achieve annual revenues of $1 billion or more.

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Join Trusscore and Bryan Baeumler at the International Builders’ Show

Tuesday, May 03, 2022

Nobody knows more about building than Bryan Baeumler, so who better to join Trusscore at North America’s most important builders’ show?

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    Waterloo-linked startups on track for billion-dollar annual revenues

    Communitech report highlights Canadian companies with impressive growth
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    University of Waterloo
    Communitech identifies top tech firms at market opening

    ApplyBoard, Arctic Wolf, eSentire, Faire, Trusscore and Vidyard made the list of companies identified by Communitech as the most likely in Canada to achieve annual revenues of $1 billion or more.
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    The Record
    Ontario-based Trusscore hopes its plastic walls will disrupt the drywall industry

    The company hopes to take a bite out of the drywall market, which is expected to be worth US$28-billion by 2023, according to the Freedonia Group, a market research organization
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    theglobeandmail
    Trusscore poised for growth after attracting $26-million investment

    Trusscore, a material science company that makes sustainable alternatives for traditional building products, is set to expand operations after attracting significant new investment dollars.
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    thewellingtonadvertiser
    Trusscore secures $26M Series A led by Round13 Earth Tech Fund

    The investment will enable Trusscore to accelerate its growth by building out its research and development and sales and marketing capabilities and drive additional manufacturing capacity to meet growing product demand.
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    privatecapitaljournal
    Trusscore Raises $26M in Series A Funding

    Trusscore, a Kitchener, Ontario, Canada-based material science company that makes sustainable, improved alternatives for traditional building products, raised CDN$26m in Series A funding.
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    Canada’s Trusscore, a specialist in PVC panels based on nanomaterials research, raises $21 million USD

    The Canadian startup Trusscore, based in Ontario, has just raised $21 million in Series A. The company develops durable building materials as an alternative to conventional materials, thanks to the use of nanotechnology. One of its flagship products, TrusscoreWall&CeilingBoard
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    Trusscore Closes $21 mln USD Series A Round To Make The Construction Industry Environmentally Friendly

    Trusscore, an Ontario-based material science startup, has raised $21 million USD (26 million CAD) in Series A Funding to reduce the construction industry’s environmental footprint....
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    GritDaily
    Offering A Nanotech Drywall Alternative, Trusscore Lands $26 Million in Series A Funding

    Trusscore, a material science startup that makes sustainable alternatives for traditional building products, announced a $26 million CAD Series A funding raise. The startup is the first company to receive funding from Round13 Capital’s new Earth Tech Fund that backs companies with matching environmental and commercial mandates.
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    Trusscore looks to leave drywall in its dust

    Trusscore’s durable and recyclable wall and ceiling panels are lightweight and offer easy installation and maintenance. Unlike drywall — which requires a messy, laborious installation process of taping, mudding, sanding and painting — the Trusscore panels come finished and are chemical, water and impact-resistant. Installation is about four times faster than drywall.
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