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Struggling with an omega three deficiency, Richard Syal educated himself on superfood oils, using his IT wherewithal to write a program for creating the perfect nutrition-charged blend. With growing accolades, the foodpreneur is looking to change the way we consume healthy oils though his startup Oleumm8.
Two years ago, Rob Douglas moved his biometrics startup BioConnect from Oakville to Toronto with no real connections and an understanding that the move could have an adverse impact on both employees and his overhead. But the gamble proved worth it. Today the company has tripled in size and enmeshed itself amongst the startup ecosystem here.
When Blanc Labs introduced its transportation industry disrupting apps to Latin America, it had no idea that it would also play a role in exporting Toronto’s model for building a startup ecosystem as well.
Three years ago, author and computer engineer Galo Vargas launched Inkspired as a means for storytellers to publish their work and connect. After growing the company in Australia, San Francisco and Latin America, Vargas has resettled in Toronto to build a global publishing and engagement platform.
Amidst rising real estate costs, SpaceiShare lets Torontonians monetize their space for hosting events, stashing stuff that won’t fit in their condo or parking their car by renting it to other community members.