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Oneiric Featured in The Hamilton Spectator

We're super excited to be featured in the Hamilton Spectator from a recent win at Lion's Lair.

Second place was awarded to Emily Rudow and Kayla Nezon of Oneiric Hockey, for developing base layer apparel for hockey players that allows them to get dressed faster, holds shin pads in place and provides additional safety in areas of the body left exposed. They received a prize pack worth $59,000 that includes in-kind prizes from Albanese Branding, Communica, Orbital, Corus Radio Hamilton, CoMotion and $15,000 in cash.

Read the full article "Startups take home prizes at Lion’s Lair competition"

Oneiric Listed as a Top 10 Finalist in Lion's Lair

We're very excited to announce that we've been named a top 10 finalist in Hamilton-based Lion's Lair.

“Our Top 10 is truly representative of the economic diversity and growth that Hamilton and the surrounding area has experienced since the competition’s inception,” said David Carter, executive director at Innovation Factory. “We can see a wide range of industries and products represented, and for the first time, the majority of our finalist companies are led by female founders and co-founders. It’s exciting to see the competition reflect larger, positive trends in entrepreneurship.”

See the full Global News article, "LiON’S LAIR 2017 top 10 finalists announced"


We recently set a goal to raise $10,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society by breaking a world running record. We're excited to be featured in BetaKit:

Toronto-based Oneiric is taking its efforts to raise money to fight cancer to the next level.

As of yesterday, Emily Rudow, co-founder of Oneiric, began her commitment to run a half marathon everyday to break the world record for the most consecutive days running a half marathon distance (21 kilometres) for women.

The current record is 60 days, but Rudow plans to run for 70 consecutive days to raise $10,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society.

Read full article in BetaKit, 'Oneiric's Emily Rudow Wants To Break A World Record and Raise $10,000 for Cancer Research'

StartUp Toronto Feature: Oneiric Scores in Both Toronto’ Hockey and Startup Scenes

StartUp HERE Toronto recently featured Oneiric in their local company profile series. 

When Emily Rudow and Oneiric co-founder Kayla Nezon joined Communitech’s Fierce Founders Bootcamplast summer, they knew their company – which produces all-in-one base layer hockey pants, designed to give young hockey players extra protection and make gearing up easier – would be an outlier amongst the more tech-leaning startups in the cohort. But Rudow says they found a community within the group, a shared sense of the challenges ahead for the startups.

Read the full article, "Oneiric Scores in Both Toronto Hockey and Startup Scenes"