Toronto, Ontario – ChargerQuest (CQ) Inc. has installed its first 2 EV charging stations for public use at partner locations in Ontario. Leveraging the most innovative smart charging technology available in Canada, CQ has partnered with the Hilton Garden Inn in Thornhill Ontario and the Hampton Inn and Suites in Waterloo, Ontario. CQ is working with corporate partners to accelerate Canada’s adoption of emission-free travel, making it possible to travel for business and pleasure by electric vehicle. These public EV charging stations energize any electric vehicle sold in North America without the hassles of proprietary membership or access cards. An innovative and completely integrated APP allows EV owners to use the charging stations at any time of day. The future is here. In the next 3 months, CQ plans to add 12 additional locations in the GTA and hundreds across Canada.
“The biggest perceived issue for EV owners has been the (in) ability to travel longer distances in electric vehicles. By partnering with the most progressive leaders in hospitality, CQ resolves the chicken and egg dilemma. We will establish a comprehensive network targeting the very best locations to host the ChargerQuest EV charging network - creating an amenity for business and pleasure travellers alike. “ – Christopher Misch, CEO ChargerQuest
ChargerQuest is a leader in providing turnkey EV charging solutions for our commercial partners. Our talented team works with hotels, parking authorities, tourist destinations, and qualified commercial properties – offering EV charging as an amenity to your customers and team. ChargerQuest offering targeted investment that will establish smart EV charging stations everywhere YOU want to go. ChargerQuest plans to deploy up to 250 public EV charging stations across Canada.
The Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA Ontario) added Pycap's seminar on Venture Capital and Private Equity to a video series that will be part of their online professional development offerings.
CPA Ontario is the governing body of the self-regulating accounting profession. It serves and supports 92,000 members and 21,000 students in their qualification and professional development in a wide range of senior positions in public accounting, business, finance, government, not-for-profits and academia.
The Entrepreneurship Summit, put on by Foxquilt insurance tech company, was sponsored by Pycap Venture Partners, Deloitte, WorkplaceOne and others.
Pycap CEO Stuart Browne moderated the Finance Panel at the event where corporate financial management and capital raising strategies were discussed.
The event was enjoyed by over 100 entrepreneurs.