There’s no shortage of product information and advice online related to personal finances. But how can you tell if it’s objective and right for you? Arctic Rich removes the guesswork, offering what it calls “unbiased intelligence” to help clients save money and time, and get closer to their financial goals.
Finding the right programs for kids and signing them up can be a huge chore. That’s why Toronto mom and entrepreneur Elize Shirdel has created HELM, an app she likens to a control panel for your life as a parent. It’s part of a movement she calls FamTech.
Amidst growing calls for bans on single-use plastic and non-compostable utensils and take-out boxes, Toronto’s Candy Cutlery has come up with a sweet solution: make edible, candy-based spoons and dessert cups.
Inspired by research from self-help pioneer Napoleon Hill on the “masterminds alliances” used by business magnates to discuss personal and business affairs in a private setting, Aïko Thurlow set out to create her own curated groups of entrepreneurs under the InFounders banner.
When Alexander Florio was scrolling through a dating app, he wondered why searching for employment couldn’t be as simple. So he created an app for it. Now Swob is helping young job-seekers to swipe their way to a place to work.