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Had Michael Coates, a third year commerce student at the University of Toronto, not enrolled in the Impact Centre’s entrepreneurship class, he wouldn’t have known where to begin when it came time to start his own business.
Montreal may be home for Phil Cutler and his education tech startup GradeSlam – which offers around the clock tutoring – but the entrepreneur is not averse to commuting between Toronto and his headquarters in order to tap into both ecosystems.
TribalScale’s unique brand of “agile on steroids” pairs fresh-faced developers with company veterans, elevating the team and leading to impressive growth at the digital design development house. Now Sheetal Jailty, co-founder and CEO, is hoping to convince major corporations to see the value in pairing with Toronto-based startups.
For the past decade, Jeremy Bocknek has been toying with bringing non-invasive vital monitoring capabilities to veterinarians. But Alpha Veterinary Technology Solutions’ Wireless Zoo moves beyond just monitoring vitals to collecting data that can change the way veterinarians practice animal medicine.
Stew Houston may have abandoned the food startup idea he worked through at Futurepreneur but his experience brought him to build Overcharge, a platform which blends his passion for eSports with his love of developing digital communities