Toronto’s Oneiric wants to restore harmony to arena dressing rooms with high-tech hockey equipment a five-year old can put on alone. The company recently took the $10,000 top prize at GTAN | START, a pitch competition for local startups in the Golden Triangle.
Here’s how entrepreneur Emily Rudow came up with the patent-pending Oneiric Protective Pant.
(Illustrations by LeeAndra Cianci)
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