Alert Labs CEO Honouree for Clean Tech at Clean50 2019 Awards

by Support Team September 27, 2018

Alert Labs CEO Honouree for Clean Tech at Clean50 2019 Awards

Water Tech Company’s CEO is Honouree for Canada’s Clean50 2019 Awards
Alert Labs Joins the Clean Tech Category for Advancing Clean Capitalism

 

Canadian water tech company Alert Labs is honoured that George Tsintzouras, President & CEO, is being recognized in Canada’s Clean50 2019 Awards.

The awards are announced annually by Delta Management Group and the Clean50 organization and recognize 50 individuals or small teams from 16 different categories who have done the most to advance the cause of sustainability and clean capitalism in Canada over the past two years.

“It is a privilege to represent the Alert Labs team as a Clean50 Honouree,” says Tsintzouras. “To be recognized with other like-minded organizations and leaders reinforces the company’s goal to create products that help everyone conserve water and reduce the costs associated with water waste and damage.”

“The Clean50 nominees come from such a broad array of backgrounds, such that only a few individuals are able to be recognized within any given category,” says Gavin Pitchford, CEO of Delta Management Group. “To receive a Clean50 award is truly indicative of both industry and personal leadership in the Clean Tech category.”

Tsintzouras will be amongst approximately 120 past and incoming Clean50 Honourees meeting on Thursday, September 27th at the “Clean50 Summit 8.0” in Toronto to spend a day amongst peers and colleagues tackling critical sustainability challenges facing Canada.

Waterloo Region remains the fastest-growing startup tech market in Canada and North America’s second-fastest growing market for tech talent, at a growth rate of 65.6 percent, according to CBRE’s Canadian Tech Talent Report.


about alert labs


Alert Labs Inc. is a software, hardware, and IoT technology firm in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. The experienced team designs and manufactures attractive, easy-to-use cellular-connected sensors, with rich data analytics and reporting, to protect basements for property managers, landlords, and homeowners. Alert Labs is also working with municipalities and schools across North America including the City of Vancouver, City of London, City of Guelph, and 170 schools across Canada to enhance water conservation initiatives.

Website: alertlabs.com
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Instagram: @alertlabs


media contact

 

Marc Heroux
Digital Marketing Manager
media@alertlabs.com
519-998-3747


about delta management group and canada’s clean50


Leading sustainability and clean tech search firm Delta Management Group in 2011 founded, and remains the steward of the Canada’s Clean50 awards, created to annually identify, recognize and connect 50 sustainability leaders from every sector of Canadian endeavor, in order to facilitate understanding, collaboration and innovation in the fight to keep climate change impacts below 1.5 degrees. Ancillary awards also recognize 10 Emerging Leaders and the Top 20 Sustainability Projects of the year.

 

media contact


Gavin Pitchford
CEO, Delta Management Group
gpitchford@deltamanagement.com
416-925-2005 x 2300

 





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