Lily Tse left agency life to become an entrepreneur, and now she’s on a mission to help people purchase beauty products that are good for you and good for the environment.
Eva Wong is a first-time founder on a mission to build Borrowell into a global FinTech company. She is passionate about building businesses customer-first, and brings that passion into everything she does at Borrowell.
Farah Nasser is a career journalist, now at Global News. Surrounded by tech her whole career, Farah’s tracking the power of VR to make global issues locally relevant.
Sabrina Geremia is a born-and-raised Canadian who worked in Italy and the UK for many years before coming back to Canada. Now, as the head of Google Canada, she is focused on making ecosystems more helpful for startups.
Dave Wilkin is an entrepreneur passionate about creating opportunities for genuine human interaction and collaboration. Currently, he does this through his company, Ten Thousand Coffees.
Farhan Thawar is a technologist-turned-entrepreneur on a mission to make communications more human. Currently, he’s the co-founder and CTO of Helpful, alongside Rypple co-founder Dan Debow.
Candice Faktor has been an innovator and startup builder for her entire career. Now, as founder of Faktory Ventures, she has taken on the role of early stage investor and advisor, where she wants to play a part in helping Toronto startups with global ambition succeed.
Mike Serbinis is a serial entrepreneur who has founded companies in Silicon Valley and Toronto. His most recent endeavour, League, seeks to build a truly global company headquartered in Toronto.
Maayan Ziv is a photographer turned entrepreneur, working to solve the accessibility challenges she faces in everyday life. Now, she’s an advocate for tech accessibility through her company, AccessNow.
Mark Jaine is the CEO of Intelex, a position he grew into after bringing the company back from the brink of bankruptcy nearly 15 years ago. An immigrant to Canada, he’s now an advocate of Toronto tech.