Emerging local entrepreneur Hannah Chisholm is now officially in business. The Antigonish County native and St. FX University graduate is now selling her product called Eggcitables on-line. Eggcitables is a plant-based egg alternative that can be used in egg-based meals.
Another honour for emerging local entrepreneur Hannah Chisholm. The Antigonish County
native and St. FX University graduate has won 15-thousand dollars from Innovacorp for their annual Spark Innovation Challenge. She was one of 15 finalists to receive funding from 122 submissions. Chisholm is developing a product called Eggcitables, a plant based egg alternative that can be used in egg-based meals.
a national award. Hannah Chisholm, who received her degree this spring, won the HSBC Woman Leader of Tomorrow award at the recent Enactus Canada National Exposition in Toronto. Enactus Canada helps students develop their entrepreneurial and leadership skills.
A St. FX entrepreneurship student and Antigonish native is getting more recognition for her business idea. Hannah Chisholm wants to develop a product called Eggcitables, a vegan egg alternative that can be used in egg-based meals.
Last week at the BMO Apex Business Plan Competition in the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, Chisholm finished second in the undergraduate category, best elevator pitch award and people’s choice award. She also received another four thousand dollars towards her business and connected with investors and business leaders.
Earlier this month, Chisholm won a 10-thousand dollar top prize at an Atlantic entrepeuership competition in Halifax.
Chisholm hopes to launch her business shortly after graduating from St. FX in May.
won the event where she made a pitch for her business idea in Halifax called 100 seeds Atlantic. In the contest, 100 business leaders contribute 100 dollars each; to be spent toward developing the business idea. The entrepreneurs then vote for the winner, the finalist with the most votes wins.