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Having built a brokerage from the ground up, Kevin Mulhern saw firsthand some of the challenges individual financial advisors have with marketing themselves. So he launched AdvisorStream, a content marketing platform for the sales and real estate agencies that curates news from some of the world’s most respected media outlets.
Noticing a dearth of commercial cooking space for food entrepreneurs, Maryam Nizam and Mellie Chow launched The Revolving Kitchen, a digital marketplace where kitchen seekers can find what they’re looking for and kitchen owners can capitalize on under-utilized space.
Exchange student woes and shared travel experiences spurred DestaPlan founders Ben Futoriansky, Gregory Benhaim and Yoni Philosophe to create a social network for travellers to share their trips and pass along insider knowledge of destinations.
Drawing support from a spectrum of academic and industry partners, Studio 1 Labs is designing intelligent bedsheets capable of monitoring patients. With a global trial underway, both in China and Canada, the company’s invention is re-envisioning the way hospitals administer healthcare.
When Joanna MacDonald made the decision to start her luxury handbag label Piper and Skye she set out three simple rules for the brand: don’t work for anyone that is not fair, not nice and doesn’t feel like family. More than two years in, the Toronto-based brand continues to thrive based on those values.