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500 Startups has announced the 44 companies accepted into Batch 20 of its seed program, which includes five Canadian companies.
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.
City of Toronto launches the DMS Lab – a new retail tech incubator focused on piloting retail tech with main street businesses.
When working for a startup oozing with potential, it is generally not a good idea to leave soon after the company has raised growth capital. And it is definitely not wise to head off without a backup plan.