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Read snippets from a candid conversation with Co-Founder Marianne Bell about running a tech startup during COVID.
Archery Canada is extremely excited to be working with BOWdometer to improve the experience of archers across Canada this fall.
The BOWdometer is now shipping into Canada and the US, visit shop.bowdometer.com to gets yours delivered to your door today!
News Release: Accelerator Centre announces AC JumpStart program Cohort 11, with 34 southern Ontario-selected, including Toxon Technologies in Waterloo.
Toxon Technologies CEO, Marianne Bell, was a top 8 finalist and pitched for a $100,000 prize at Communitech's Fierce Founder Finale in March, 2019
Toxon Technologies and JVD Archery have signed a distribution agreement that brings BOWdometer to archery retailers in Europe.
Listen to Marianne Bell, CEO, discuss pivoting business plans in the wake of COVID-19 as the company works to help retailers in challenging times.
Listen to Joe Deu-Ngoc, Co-founder and CTO talk about tech, Toxon Technologies and the future of sports tech on this tech highlight news segment.
Waterloo Company's bow technology is right on target. Toxon Technologies has developed a shot tracker to help improve archery consistency.
Twenty-four women from across Canada participate in Communitech's Fierce Founders Bootcamp, including Toxon Technologies CEO, Marianne Bell
Toxon Technologies launches the #100ArrowChallenge on Instagram to celebrate archers and their hard work.
Toxon announces an affiliate program to help independent archery stores generate revenue ad serve customers while store traffic is limited due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Toxon Technologies launched a "first-of-its-kind" archery bow accessory and announced that the company has signed distribution agreements.
The BOWdometer is announced, with distribution agreements through Lancaster Archery Supply and Kinsey's Archery Products.