Réinspire Awarded the Druide Grand Prize for Business Creation

May 7, 2024 Press releases
Credit: Simon Laroche

Christine Drolet, founder of Réinspire

On May 1, Réinspire was awarded the Druide Grand Prize for Business Creation at the Montréal region’s 26th Défi OSEntreprendre Gala. The award includes a $3000 grant and various services to help grow the winning business. Druide also presented the six official category winners with a copy of Antidote+.

Druide informatique has partnered with the OSEntreprendre Challenge since 2012. The Druide Grand Prize is a result of this partnership and recognizes the top project out of all winners in the Business Creation section.

This year’s Challenge participants submitted more than 75 projects to this section, six of which won in an official category. The jury for the Druide Grand Prize for Business Creation picked Réinspire from among these winning companies, impressed by the innovative alternative to traditional educational methods promoted by founder Christine Drolet, a psychoeducator.

Réinspire offers intervention programs favouring outdoor learning activities that improve overall health and help to motivate students, parents and education staff. Its programs are specially designed for professionals offering clinical services to students experiencing learning or adaptation difficulties. Réinspire already has a presence in eight institutions, and aims to expand its services to all schools in Quebec.

Druide informatique has been specializing in artificial intelligence and computational linguistics since 1993. The company produces and markets Antidote, the most comprehensive writing-assistance software available for English and French, as well as Typing Pal, the renowned typing-tutorial application. In addition to its software, Druide also publishes French-language literature and reference works through its subsidiary, Éditions Druide.

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