Tero wins first prize in its category at the 2017 Business Ideas Competition
" On Wednesday, November 15, the Gala for the awards ceremony of the 16th edition of the Business Ideas Competition organized by Entrepreneuriat Laval took place in the Le Grand Salon room of the Alphonse-Desjardins pavilion. This competition aims to stimulate the emergence of new business projects within each of the faculties of the campus. This year, 108 people representing 13 of the 17 faculties of Université Laval submitted a total of 81 projects."
The Tero business project stood out during this event and won the 1st prize outside the faculty: a $400 grant.
Tero: winner of the incubADIQ 2017 competition
To mark the International Industrial Design Day, the Association of Industrial Designers of Quebec (ADIQ) presented the winners of the incubADIQ competition on June 29, 2017 during a networking cocktail at the Espace BRP in Montreal.
The "Tero" project presented by Université Laval graduates Valérie Laliberté and Elizabeth Coulombe won the incubADIQ Prize "Most original project – chosen by the professional community."
Tero wins 3 awards at Université Laval product design graduates exhibition
"The opening of the exhibition of the first 18 graduates in product design was held on May 19, 2017. During this evening, various prizes were awarded to the most deserving students.
The Tero project by Valérie Laliberté and Elizabeth Coulombe won the Prix du public award, the ADIQ award and the Musée de la Civilization award, allowing a project to be exhibited at the Dallaire exhibition. From Idea to Object on Quebec designer Michel Dallaire."
Tero’s first prize at SIDIM
May 2017Tero was at the Salon International du Design Industriel de Montréal, at Place Bonaventure, on May 6, 2017, with the graduates of the first cohort of the bachelor’s degree in product design from Université Laval. The Tero team had the incredible surprise of receiving an Award of Excellence in Sustainable Development during the event, among more than 300 exhibitors!
"Aesthetic and very promising prototype facilitating the efficient management of [food waste]’ – SIDIM, May 2017