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Logrr is an Identity as a Service platform for enterprises that connects employees to their cloud business applications without using passwords. The security tool startup ventured through The Founder Institute’s first Canadian cohort in Montreal 2014, and it is now part of Startup Next Spring 2015 cohort.

If you’re tired of constantly having to remember and retype passwords, learn more about
 Logrr while their pitch to top Silicon Valley investors at Founder Institute first Virtual Global Demo Day (video-recorded).


Logrr wants to cut the costs of identity management by 50% and increase the level of security. Logrr’s mission is to connect employees to cloud applications through a Single Sign On, using digital signatures. Founder Julien Denaes states:

“We started by thinking about two facts: People always have their smartphone with them and passwords are weak…From there we decided to create a platform that enables you to authenticate without using password at all.” – Julien Denaes, CEO at Logrr

Logrr is currently enrolled in the Spring 2015 cohort of Startup Next in Montreal. The program is managed by UP Global Facilitator Sergio A. Escobara former entrepreneur who’s also Mentor for Accelerator programs around the world (Silicon Valley, UK, Singapore, Canada, Latin America). In 2014, Escobar graduated Navut, a startup from Montreal that helps people find the neighborhood that’s best for them, efficiently, and stress-free. Since completing Startup Next in Montreal, Navut has been able to attract $500,000 in seed funding.

Google and Techstars backed Global Pre-Accelerator Program

Startup Next Montreal First ShowCase Demo with the entire cohort will take place at Caisse de Dépôt et Placement du Québec on May 2 during 48H Entrepreneurs.

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Startup Next is the #1 global pre-acceleration program powered by Google for Entrepreneurs and supported by Techstars. The program, which helps startups prepare for accelerators or seed investors, gives participants access to the high-impact mentorship, best practice tools and resources, plus the opportunity to gain access to capital through an extensive network of accelerators and seed investors.

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Sergio A. Escobar Sergio A. Escobar
(@SergiusEscobar) Sergio is the Managing Director for the Silicon Valley early stage accelerator Founder Institute in Montreal, plus acts as Program Director for Techstars-backed “Startup NEXT” designed by Steve Blank. Sergio has launched tech startups in eCommerce and Mobile Payments, plus small & medium companies (meat packing plant, ostrich farming, leather manufacturing) with equity investments coming from angel investors and family offices. Sergio is mentor and judge in Canada, Latin America, Silicon Valley, Singapore and London for different accelerator programs. Finally, he is Global Facilitator for Startup Weekend in Latin America and Canada.