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While Toronto’s reputation as the zenith of startup culture is relatively recent, the city’s lineage as a hockey town runs far deeper. Oneiric founders Emily Rudow and Kayla Nezon are looking to tap into both of those cultures in order to grow their hockey base layer business.
Just about a year ago, Sagan Yee had doubts about taking on the position of executive director at the Hand Eye Society. “I didn’t have any experience at all working as an arts administrator,” she recalls.
Why capture only a moment when you can have much more? That’s the question Michael Schwanzer set out to answer with ZEITDICE.
When Biying Miao launched Hot Pop Factory five years ago, 3D printing technology was so new that her team had to train its users. “We ran workshops for about a year and a half because what we were doing was so cutting-edge,” says Miao, “but it was great for business development. We empowered people to try this technology first-hand.”
“3D printing is a lot like 2D printing,” quips Dennon Oosterman: “the printer is cheap, but it’s the ink that costs.”