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After struggling to make sense of financial data, Vuru co-founder Niles Lawrence envisioned an analysis engine capable of coupling raw data together and preparing beautiful reports. Three years in, the company has earned accolades from Silicon Valley to Toronto’s Startup Ecosystem.
West Queen West’s BIA has partnered with Digital Main Street and with MyStreet to tell the stories of the creative neighbourhood and to keep retailers going strong with its beacon project.
When Vuk Magdelinic left his career in the capital markets to launch Overbond, a platform to connect bond market participants and communicate with stakeholders, he was impressed with the openness of the startup ecosystem. Now he’s reciprocating that transparency.
If a fit a healthy 20-something can experience severe back injury due to prolonged sitting, what might the rest of us be doing to ourselves? The founder of UTKATA chair yoga is looking to make Toronto workplaces healthier.
With growing emphasis on the social, environmental and economical benefits of buying local food, Toronto entrepreneurs John Cowie and Rob Elms have developed Carptor, a web and mobile database for finding local food wherever you are.