The word on Monarch’s redefined adaptive clothing is spreading. We are proud to share some exciting news.
Monarch has been awarded the Accessibility Project Grant to assist in its initial product launch development. The Accessibility Project is a collaboration between The Chang School and Ryerson University. It provides funding to support innovative solutions that help people living with disabilities or the complications of aging. Monarch’s solution assists people who are unable to dress themselves with fashionable, comfortable and easy to dress clothing.
Monarch is pleased to be awarded the 2018 New Business of the Year, Business Excellence Awards by the Chamber of Commerce! This is the first year the award has been presented and Monarch’s Channel Relationship Manager, Sheri Bender accepted the award at the Gala event.
Monarch Clothes has been selected as a Finalist in Ryerson’s Accessibility Project — a collaboration between The Chang School, Digital Media Zone and Sandbox by the Digital Media Zone at Ryerson University.
The Accessibility Project is a community and grant program that supports the development, commercialization, and growth of innovative ideas, products, and solutions for people with disabilities and aging populations.
Monarch Clothes is nominated for the New Business of the Year Award in the 2018 Business Excellence Awards by the Chamber of Commerce.
Monarch Clothes awarded the “Most Innovative” at the Accelerator Centre in Waterloo!
Monarch Clothes has been awarded with the Accelerator Centre‘s AC JumpStart grant!