Haltech and Burlington’s TechPlace are pleased to announce a new Community Collaboration Project as part of the Digital Main Street Future Proof Program in Halton region. Technology innovator AllChecked.In is receiving $12,500 in funding to help accelerate the adoption of their patron logging solution to help restaurants and other small businesses across Halton. This Digital Main Street project is made possible through financial support from the Government of Canada through FedDev Ontario’s Regional Relief and Recovery Fund.

As part of COVID-19 safety protocols, the provincial government has mandated that restaurants and service businesses track patrons. AllChecked.in has designed an easy-to-use, secure solution to ensure that local businesses can quickly and safely ensure they are complying with fast-changing government regulations.

AllChecked.In is a technology innovator co-founded by Curtis Lush, CEO, who was born and raised in the Bronte area. His connection to the restaurant industry began at birth, thanks to his father, Robert Lush, who was a former restauranteur & partner at Catch Hospitality Group.

The Community Collaboration Project includes support for hiring temporary staff to visit local businesses from December 2020 through February 2021. Team members will demonstrate the AllChecked.In solution, sign up businesses and print the customized QR code posters on the spot, using mobile printers. Interested businesses can sign up for a free AllChecked.In account by following the prompts at https://allchecked.in/.

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