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MicroMech Wins People’s Choice Award at Startup Calgary’s Launch Party

by Josiah Sinanan on November 15, 2018

MicroMech, a Calgary-based automotive technology company known as the “Uber of Auto Repair” was the recipient of the People’s Choice Award at the 2018 Startup Calgary Launch Party



The Launch Party is an annual event put on by the Calgary Economic Development’s “Startup Calgary” initiative that highlights Calgary’s top up-and-coming tech startups. This year, 15 businesses were selected to participate in the event, which had a turnout of over 800 attendees.  The event was thrown in true startup fashion: giant tricycles, human-size Jenga, air hockey, swings, and more antics filled the space as guests explored the different exhibits.

Each participating startup was given a booth space to get creative and showcase their businesses to attendees, who could vote on their favourite pitches and displays. From aquaponics, to AI solutions, to mechanics that come to you – the evening made clear that the Calgary tech ecosystem is truly thriving!

The night ended with one prestigious award – the People’s Choice Award – that Jeff Ehmann (Co-Founder) and the MicroMech team was honoured to take home.


(From Left to Right): Brad Williamson, Josiah Sinanan, Kurtis Ruston, and Jeff Ehmann accepting the People’s Choice Award


To learn more about Startup Calgary or Calgary’s other innovative startups, visit www.startupcalgary.com

About MicroMech

MicroMech is a Canadian leader in mobile car repair and connects independent mobile mechanics to customers who seek convenient, honest, and affordable car repair services at their home or office, seven days a week. MicroMech currently services Calgary, Toronto, and surrounding areas – offering 80% of auto services on-location. Mechanics earn more with MicroMech than at traditional shops, and are able to choose what vehicles they work on and services they perform.  In 2019, MicroMech will launch an OBDII connected car device – MicroMech Connect – to make their already trusted and convenient service even easier for customers. Founded in 2015, MicroMech has secured $2.1M+ in seed funding, and is backed by lead investor and ex. CBC Dragon – W. Brett Wilson.

For more information on MicroMech, or to book a service, visit www.MicroMech.net