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Convinced that colleges and universities could benefit from their own digital marketplace for students to sell things like textbooks and furniture, Mackenzie Scott launched bgon. Two years later, the app is gaining momentum both in Canada and south of the border.
Serial entrepreneur and transportation problem solver Justin Raymond’s latest project Flexday looks to revolutionize the commute by keeping workers closer to home. The project, which turns restaurants into fully-outfitted co-working space during the daytime hours, is expanding throughout Toronto.
After reading the white paper on bitcoin a number of years ago, serial entrepreneur and engineer Chami Akmeemana became convinced it had the potential to disrupt the way corporations, governments and regulators operate. Now he’s trying to show those organizations why blockchain is the future.
What started as a home solution for charging gadgets two years ago has spiralled into Dock Me, the flagship charging station for Vama Innovation. But the journey for the first time inventors and entrepreneurs has been a storied one.
Inspired by the disconnect between the way properties were displayed in photos online and how they looked in person, Jimmy Chan founded Odyssey3D, a startup which works with emerging technologies like virtual reality to help realtors translate reality into the digital environment.