QHR Technologies’ (TSXV:QHR) CEO Al Hildebrandt took home hardware at the Fourth Annual Cantech Letter Awards on Thursday night in Toronto.
The 2013 Cantech Letter Awards were held at a gala dinner following the Cantech Investment Conference at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Colonel Chris Hadfield, who was the conference’s keynote speaker, presented the final award of the evening. The TSX Tech Stock of the Year was won by Amaya Gaming.
Other winners on the night were BSM Technologies (TSXV Tech Stock of the Year), Pure Technologies (Cleantech Stock of the Year), Paladin Labs (Life Sciences Stock of the Year), and David Baazov of Amaya Gaming, who took home TSX Tech Executive of the Year.
For QHR, it was a transformative year. The company’s stock began the year at $0.52 and closed at $1.22. 2013 ended with the company sharpening its focus with the sale of its enterprise management solution division for $20-million.
On Friday, for the second consecutive year, Cantech Letter opened the Toronto Stock Exchange with the winners of the Cantech Letter Awards.
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