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In high school, Paul Pires drove a forklift truck part-time. By age 19, he was training co-workers on a variety of lift trucks. And now, at 40, he’s launched OHSpros, a company that specializes in province-specific online forklift training and health and safety documentation software.
Drawing from the best of London and Berlin’s startup ecosystem, German transplant Vijak Haddadi looks to create a space in Toronto’s Parkdale neighbourhood where experimental arts, design and culture startups can flourish. Then take it out into the world, of course.
After building a successful mobile and web application company, Dustin Walper decided to put his entrepreneurial mettle to the test, this time with Akira, a mobile app that changes the way patents communicate with their doctors.
The intellectual density in universities and research centres [in Ontario] has made huge contributions to our R&D and pre-commercialization development.