Wearable.co.uk - August 2014
August 7, 2014 - Developing wearable technologies is not easy. Wearable.co.uk reached out to Orpyx President Lew Turnquist to ask, "What would be your top 3 tips to new start-ups in the wearable tech industry". Find out his tips here.
Calgary Herald - August 2014
August 3, 2014 - Orpyx will be joining two other Calgary-based companies to participate at the inaugural World Innovation Day competition in Geneva, Switzerland at the end of this month. Find out more about the competition and make sure to tune in live here.
Calgary Herald - May 2014
May 15, 2014 - What should someone know about building a business in Calgary? The Calgary Herald interviews entrepreneurs from a wide range of different industries (including Orpyx CEO Dr. Breanne Everett), on what it takes to succeed in this city. Find the article here.
What's Your Tech - April 2014
April 15, 2014 - What's Your Tech blogger Lee Rickwood interviewed Orpyx's CEO Dr. Breanne Everett to discuss her gender neutral business vision. Find out why she thinks it's not about running a company like a robot! Read the article online.
Globe and Mail - March 2014
March 12, 2014 - The Globe and Mail interviewed Dr. Everett and other commerce students with big business to discuss their stories and advice for others. Read the article online.
Chick Geek Blog - March 2014
March 7, 2014 - The Chic Geek recently launched their blog "Fearless Female Founder" and interviewed Dr. Breanne Everett. The blog highlights success, but also learns what challenges them, who their heroes are and how we can further promote in our community. Read the post here.
DC Rainmaker - January 2014
January 9, 2014 - DC Rainmaker stopped by Orpyx's booth at the CES in Las Vegas. He explores the technology and the potential for other applications. Find the article online.
Breakfast TV - January 2014
January 9, 2014 - Breakfast TV's Health Specialist, Leah Sarich, discusses the problem of diabetic neuropathy and how the SurroSense Rx System, a diabetic neuropathy monitoring device for patients with decreased sensation in their feet, has the potential to help manage diabetic foot complications. Watch the video here.
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