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March 12, 2013 VANCOUVER, BC – Rocket Builders released its eleventh annual “Ready to Rocket” list today. The list names Tyze Personal Networks as one of ten tech startups ready to rocket—as an organization poised to experience significant growth, venture capital investment or acquisition by a major player in the coming year. Tyze is an online care collaboration tool focused on reducing isolation. It enables friends, family, community and care professionals to join together to organize support for people with health needs. The product is founded on the belief that we are better together and that no one should face illness or caregiving alone. The “Ready to Rocket” list is the only predictive list of its kind in North America, requiring many months of sector and company analysis. “Each year, our team of analysts receives lots of inquiries on how we are able to predict so accurately which companies will grow revenue,” said Geoffrey Hansen, Managing Partner at Rocket Builders. “Three elements characterize these high growth firms: a growing market opportunity, a unique competitive position and customer validation of a must-have value proposition.” “It’s exciting to be recognized here at home in Vancouver as we simultaneously build on our momentum globally,” says Tyze President Richard Osborn. “Tyze shows massive potential to impact the lives of everyday people caring for someone they love, and we’re proud that our model is gaining tremendous traction both here and around the world.” To learn more about Tyze visit or click here to see a video introduction.


Media Contact: Cindy Hughes, Marketing Manager, Tyze Personal Networks 604.628.9594 Tyze Personal Networks is a social mission business focused on creating pathways for people to care, connect, and contribute. They do this by providing secure, online, private networks of support that strengthen relationships and address isolation. Their primary beneficiaries are people undergoing treatment for critical illness, seniors, and people with disabilities, as well as the home health care, government, and caregiving agencies that provide support for them.

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