Innovation Organizations

Innovation organizations can measure impact and make it grow.

Hockeystick lets accelerators and incubators tell their stories by simplifying how they manage applicants, collect company data and report to funders.


Data is essential for innovation organizations to evaluate the quantitative and qualitative impact of their startup programs and services. But data collection has traditionally been a manual, time-consuming and error-prone process, that has been pieced together by a patchwork of tools like Excel and email.


Hockeystick is a complete end-to-end network that streamlines and simplifies this process — from applicant management to program analysis.


  • Applicant management system
  • Survey builder
  • Automated metrics collection
  • Portfolio dashboard and analytics
  • Automated email communications
  • Custom impact reports
  • API
  • Premium onboarding services
  • Historical data import services
  • Custom CRM and integration services
  • Free accounts for all companies
  • Prospects

    Track, share and evaluate program applicants with a customizable applicant management system.

  • Gather

    Automatically collect standardized company growth and performance metrics via surveys and data integrations.

  • Analyze

    Drill collected data through customizable dashboards and exports — simplifying impact analysis and funder reporting.

  • Manage

    Monitor company-level details such as prior funding rounds, current financial and non-financial metrics with a built-in CRM system.

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More than 12,000 private companies and top Canadian funders belong to the Hockeystick network.

Futurpreneur Uoft Nao Highline
We work with thousands of clients on an ongoing basis, and previously relied upon a lengthy, quarterly reporting process that wasn’t generating the results we were looking for. Hockeystick gets us the data we need in a format that works for us, and has also given us the flexibility to change our reporting process as we see what’s working and what’s not.
— Nick Yeo
Senior Program Manager, Futurpreneur Canada