Seneca College-mentored tech startup company turning heads:Toronto-based InStage a finalist in Telus Pitch 2019

 InStage co-founder and Seneca HELIX participant Imran Mouna demonstrates a virtual reality headset during Seneca College's Career Recharge launch event.

Toronto virtual-reality tech company InStage is getting some recognition. The company was selected as a finalist in the Telus Pitch 2019 competition and received $10,000 in cash. InStage, founded by entrepreneur Imran Mouna, was incubated at Seneca College’s Helix program.

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