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Wave has hatched a platform connecting artists with their fans and using a crowdfunding approach to shows to make it easier for bands to tour where they have a following. Toronto is the litmus test.
Despite insistence from investors that Shoelace stick around Colorado after joining an accelerator there, the ad-tech startup pushed back, convincing them Toronto was the most fitting home. And it has paid off.
Before becoming a key mentor in Toronto’s startup ecosystem Greg Thompson experienced his own successes and failures. From running a furniture franchise to introducing laser tag to the Canadian masses, Thompson reflects on his life as an entrepreneur and the lessons he’s learned.
When the co-founders of SlimCut Media were looking to launch their innovative publishing advertising startup, they knew it needed an international view. Launching offices in both Toronto and Paris has helped it keep a finger on the pulse of both the English- and French-speaking worlds.
It’s been five years since Philippe LeBlanc saw his first cinemagraph and decided to move to Toronto to build his company, Flixel. Now he’s hoping to expand the medium in the same way Instagram’s filters brought photography to the masses.