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Architect Bryce Gracey and lawyer Mike Smith turned their passion for cycling – and love of titanium bikes – into a startup success story. It’s been a speedy ride!
DriveHER, founded by young activist-entrepreneur Aisha Addo, is an Uber-like ride-sharing platform operated by women for women. The appeal for females: it’s a safe and alternative way to get home.
According to the International Labour Organization, over 40 million people work in forced labor and modern slavery conditions. By engaging vulnerable workers around the world, a new software and analytics platform developed by Toronto-based Ulula is able to equip companies with tools to monitor human rights risks.
Employment Foresight, a software developed by Blue J Legal in Toronto, uses machine learning to identify hidden patterns in judicial rulings of past cases, which then helps human resources professionals, crown counsels and other professionals to quickly find out how a court will likely rule on employment law issues. Why wait for your day in court to predict the outcome?
Co-founders Salimah Yvette Ebrahim and Vladic Ravich are disrupting Toronto’s cultural scene with their new online service, Artery, a peer-to-peer platform that brings complete strangers together in people’s private homes and other non-traditional entertainment spaces for music, art, dance and other cultural performances.