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Now displaying: August, 2020
Aug 31, 2020

"The market's been weird. It's hot for some."

Ameet Shah, partner at Golden Ventures, joins to discuss rising dealflow, shifting round focus, and increasing interest from US VC's in the Canadian tech ecosystem.

Produced with support from TWG.

Aug 24, 2020

"Teachers across the board are anxious."

Peekapak co-founder and CEO, Ami Shah, joins to explain how startups are supporting back to school this fall.

Produced with support from TWG.

Aug 17, 2020

"There's this asterisk attached to everybody's answers right now, because they reserve the right to revise them all in a week."

Raw Signal Group returns to discuss the evolving problems tech companies face as March's urgency became timeless uncertainty.

Produced with support from TWG.

Aug 10, 2020

"Not only was there no time to prepare, we don't even know what are the consequences now of not being compliant."

Luke Vigeant (Inkblot Therapy) and Brett Belchetz (Maple) join to share how their telehealth startups have changed before and after COVID-19.

Produced with support from TWG.

This episode originally aired May 2nd, 2020.

Aug 3, 2020

“I think the onus is on event organizers to figure out how to make themselves relevant to the community. For every event company, there is going to be an element of reinvention.”

Rebecca Croll, Director of Content for Startupfest, joins to discuss cancelling the festival before quickly refactoring as a ‘hybrid’ event. We also asked her how an event known for its local character captures that magic in a new digital world.

Produced with support from TWG.

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