Start-up,
Technology,
Innovation.

Events to foster the entrepreneurial spirit.

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June 6, 2017 brian prokopowich0

Event cost: $15 on Eventbrite and $20 at the door.

What we are all about:

This is a perfect event to network with fellow entrepreneurs, startup founders, tech enthusiasts or to just meet new people. Grab a bite and have a great night!

Who are our members:

Our events are great for Startups and businesses of all stages of growth our members range from the following tech circles:

• RealTech • MarTech • CleanTech • FinTech • MedTech • EdTech • Wearables •AR/VR

•IOT • Big Data and so much more.

Our structure is we host an informal fireside chat with a featured speaker, Q & A session and open networking.


Featured Speaker: Aaron Lyon Phillips, Founder & CEO

Description: AP1’s solutions are designed to enhance the utility of existing mobile applications and can be integrated with other datasets to ensure Business Intelligence are accurate and comprehensive.

Pitch2Peer: The companies below will be pitching the business to the group. Then the group will pick the winner! What better way than to get up in front of people and try your best, you are among your peers where we will support you and will provide valuable feedback. Plus you get to win a prize for your efforts.

1) TBD

2) TBD

3) TBD

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The structure of the event is below:

6:30: Doors open, Registration start’s and open networking till 7 pm

7:01 pm-7:09 pm: Introductions to StartupTech Unleashed & sponsors

7:10 pm-7:39 pm: Interview & Q&A session with our featured speaker.

7:40 pm- 8:00 pm: Pitch2Peer 3 companies will pitch their business to the group

7:40 pm- 8:30 pm: Open networking.

8:30 pm: Closing remarks.

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Bonus: Free pizza and fantastic door prizes.

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Sponsors:

We would like to thank all our sponsors for helping make the StartupTech Unleashed events possible.

ClauseHound: Is a legal tool geared towards entrepreneurs, early-stage businesses and small businesses alike to help draft legal documents that make businesses more productive.

Verkspace: One of Toronto’s newest coworking experience in collaborative/community/shared workspaces located in Old Town. The beautiful space features a lounge and great areas designed to get work done and concierge services.

Conference Cloud: Is a next generation virtual attendance platform specifically designed for conferences to scale audiences and monetize their content. ConferenceCloud gives you a simple way to stream your conference live and help recover foregone revenue. Provide a truly unique digital attendee experience and with ConferenceCloud.

Skyphone: SkyPhone is a smartphone number in the cloud that manages all incoming calls into your business and directs them to the right person on your team regardless of their location or what type of phone they’re using.

Arvuu Inc.: An interactive marketing company focusing on Augmented Reality and traditional marketing. The launched their own augmented reality viewer called ARenginePRO so that anyone can create their own projects.

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Disclaimer: By signing up or attending any STU meetup event, you agree that StartupTech Unleashed may record or photograph the Event, (including You, your likeness, voice, image and any guest you bring), and use it publicly or privately in any form of media, including for commercial purposes.

The date, time and locations are subject to change without notice. We do not offer refunds however if you are unable to attend we may be able to provide you a ticket to another event. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.


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May 26, 2017 brian prokopowich0

An event that focuses on Customer Experience, Always-On Voice, Innovation, IoT, Virtual Reality, and more! Come join our rapidly growing Toronto Tech Summit community for a day focused around revolutionizing and modernizing ideas that give us the ability to craft incredible experiences through technology.

Register for tickets here


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May 2, 2017 brian prokopowich0

Event cost: $10 on Eventbrite and $15 at the door.

What we are all about:

This is a perfect event to network with fellow entrepreneurs, startup founders, tech enthusiasts or to just meet new people. Grab a bite and have a great night!

Who are our members:

Our events are great for Startups and businesses of all stages of growth our members range from the following tech circles:

• RealTech • MarTech • CleanTech • FinTech • MedTech • EdTech • Wearables •AR/VR

•IOT • Big Data and so much more.

Our structure is we host an informal fireside chat with a featured speaker, Q & A session and open networking.


This Months Speaker Lineup!

Featured Speaker: Marc Milgrom , CEO of Newzulu Limited

New Zulu: Platform helps you gather, organize and broadcast social content at scale, live or on demand. At Newzulu, we make live eyewitness reporting, digital asset management (DAM), community building and mobile applications effective and easy to use. Get more content from more sources, more devices, more formats and more people with Newzulu crowdsourcing technology.

Other companies presenting:

Julie Kaye – Telecom by Design

Stanislav Kojokin – KASE Insurance – with a strong focus on insurance for startups

Brendan Stennett – Think Data


The structure of the event is below:

6:30: Doors open, registration starts & open networking till 7 pm

7:01pm-7:15pm: Introductions to StartupTech Unleashed & 3 min presentations with our 2-3 featured startup companies.

7:16pm-8pm: Interview & Q&A session with our featured speaker.

8pm- 8:30pm: Open networking.

8:30: Closing remarks.

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Bonus: Enjoy some snacks to munch on!

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Sponsors:

We would like to thank all our sponsors for helping make the StartupTech Unleashed events possible.

Verkspace: One of Toronto’s newest coworking experience in collaborative/community/shared workspaces located in Old Town. The beautiful space features a lounge and great areas designed to get work done and concierge services.

Conference Cloud: Is a next generation virtual attendance platform specifically designed for conferences to scale audiences and monetize their content. ConferenceCloud gives you a simple way to stream your conference live and help recover foregone revenue. Provide a truly unique digital attendee experience and with ConferenceCloud.

Skyphone: SkyPhone is a smartphone number in the cloud that manages all incoming calls into your business and directs them to the right person on your team regardless of their location or what type of phone they’re using.

Arvuu Inc.: An interactive marketing company focusing on Augmented Reality and traditional marketing. The launched their own augmented reality viewer called ARenginePRO so that anyone can create their own projects.

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Disclaimer: By signing up or attending any STU meetup event, you agree that StartupTech Unleashed may record or photograph the Event, (including You, your likeness, voice, image and any guest you bring), and use it publicly or privately in any form of media, including for commercial purposes.

The date, time and locations are subject to change without notice. We do not offer refunds however if you are unable to attend we may be able to provide you a ticket to another event. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.


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April 4, 2017 brian prokopowich0

Event cost: $10 on Eventbright and $15 at the door

What we are all about:

This is a perfect event to network with fellow entrepreneurs, startup founders, tech enthusiasts or to just meet new people.

Who are our members:

Our events are great for Startups and businesses of all stages of growth our members range from the following tech circles:

• RealTech • MarTech • CleanTech • FinTech • MedTech

• EdTech • Wearables • AR/VR • IOT • Big Data

….and so much more.

Our structure is we host an informal fireside chat with a featured speaker with a Q & A session and open networking. We will have more information coming in the next few weeks on who the speakers will be and the venue.

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Featured Speaker: Rajah S. Lehal CEO of Clausehound

Clausehound: Is a legal tool geared towards entrepreneurs, early-stage businesses and small businesses alike to help draft legal documents that make businesses more productive. Our $10 per month DIY Legal Library is the most highly annotated legal library on the internet.

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We will also have the following companies presenting their business:

– BoostHQ: Your useful content is no longer lost in an endless stream of emails and messages; with BoostHQ everything your team shares is automatically indexed in topic-specific channels and made available exactly when it’s needed.

– TBD

– TBD

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The structure of the event is below:

6:30 pm: Doors open,  registration starts, and open networking till 7 pm

7:01 pm-7:15 pm: Introductions to StartupTech Unleashed & 3 min presentations with our 2-3 featured startup companies.

7:16 pm-8 pm: Interview & Q&A session with our featured speaker.

8 pm-8:30 pm: Open networking.

8:30 pm: Closing remarks.

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Bonus: Free pizza and fantastic door prizes.

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Sponsors:  

We would like to thank all our sponsors for helping make the StartupTech Unleashed events possible.

Verkspace: One of Toronto’s newest coworking experience in collaborative/community/shared workspaces located in Old Town. The beautiful space features a lounge and great areas designed to get work done and concierge services.

Conference Cloud: Is a next generation virtual attendance platform specifically designed for conferences to scale audiences and monetize their content. ConferenceCloud gives you a simple way to stream your conference live and help recover foregone revenue. Provide a truly unique digital attendee experience and with ConferenceCloud.

Skyphone: SkyPhone is a smartphone number in the cloud that manages all incoming calls into your business and directs them to the right person on your team regardless of their location or what type of phone they’re using.

Arvuu Inc.: An interactive marketing company focusing on Augmented Reality and traditional marketing. The launched their own augmented reality viewer called ARenginePRO so that anyone can create their own projects.

Upside Foundation: We provide a unique platform for corporate philanthropy: donate options or warrants, not cash.  We understand that cash is scarce, as is time, so the Upside Foundation makes charitable giving quick, easy and cash-free.

Clausehound: Is a legal tool geared towards entrepreneurs, early-stage businesses and small businesses alike to help draft legal documents that make businesses more productive. Our $10 per month DIY Legal Library is the most highly annotated legal library on the internet.

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Disclaimer: By signing up for Any STU meetup event, you agree that StartupTech Unleashed may record or photograph the Event, (including You, your likeness, voice and any guest you bring), and use it publicly or privately in any form of media, including for commercial purposes. By attending, You consent to the recording and photographing and grant StartupTech an unrestricted, perpetual, non-exclusive and sublicensable license, to take, use, display, perform, distribute or exploit for any lawful and commercial purpose any recordings or photographs.


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March 28, 2017 brian prokopowich0

To register for the event you must go to our Eventbrite site, tickets are limited as did sell out fast at our last event. Click below.

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Event cost: $10 on Eventbright and $15 at the door

What we are all about:

This is a perfect event to network with fellow entrepreneurs, startup founders, tech enthusiasts or to just meet new people.

Who are our members:

Our events are great for Startups and businesses of all stages of growth our members range from the following tech circles:

• RealTech • MarTech • CleanTech • FinTech • MedTech

• EdTech • Wearables • AR/VR • IOT • Big Data

….and so much more.

Our structure is we host an informal fireside chat with a featured speaker with a Q & A session and open networking. We will have more information coming in the next few weeks on who the speakers will be and the venue.

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Featured Speaker: Rajah S. Lehal CEO of Clausehound

Clausehound: Is a legal tool geared towards entrepreneurs, early-stage businesses and small businesses alike to help draft legal documents that make businesses more productive. Our $10 per month DIY Legal Library is the most highly annotated legal library on the internet.

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We will also have the following companies presenting their business:

– BoostHQ: Your useful content is no longer lost in an endless stream of emails and messages; with BoostHQ everything your team shares is automatically indexed in topic-specific channels and made available exactly when it’s needed.

– TBD

– TBD

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The structure of the event is below:

6:30 pm: Doors open,  registration starts, and open networking till 7 pm

7:01 pm-7:15 pm: Introductions to StartupTech Unleashed & 3 min presentations with our 2-3 featured startup companies.

7:16 pm-8 pm: Interview & Q&A session with our featured speaker.

8 pm-8:30 pm: Open networking.

8:30 pm: Closing remarks.

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Bonus: Free pizza and fantastic door prizes.

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Sponsors:  

We would like to thank all our sponsors for helping make the StartupTech Unleashed events possible.

Verkspace: One of Toronto’s newest coworking experience in collaborative/community/shared workspaces located in Old Town. The beautiful space features a lounge and great areas designed to get work done and concierge services.

Conference Cloud: Is a next generation virtual attendance platform specifically designed for conferences to scale audiences and monetize their content. ConferenceCloud gives you a simple way to stream your conference live and help recover foregone revenue. Provide a truly unique digital attendee experience and with ConferenceCloud.

Skyphone: SkyPhone is a smartphone number in the cloud that manages all incoming calls into your business and directs them to the right person on your team regardless of their location or what type of phone they’re using.

Arvuu Inc.: An interactive marketing company focusing on Augmented Reality and traditional marketing. The launched their own augmented reality viewer called ARenginePRO so that anyone can create their own projects.

Upside Foundation: We provide a unique platform for corporate philanthropy: donate options or warrants, not cash.  We understand that cash is scarce, as is time, so the Upside Foundation makes charitable giving quick, easy and cash-free.

Clausehound: Is a legal tool geared towards entrepreneurs, early-stage businesses and small businesses alike to help draft legal documents that make businesses more productive. Our $10 per month DIY Legal Library is the most highly annotated legal library on the internet.

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Disclaimer: By signing up for Any STU meetup event, you agree that StartupTech Unleashed may record or photograph the Event, (including You, your likeness, voice and any guest you bring), and use it publicly or privately in any form of media, including for commercial purposes. By attending, You consent to the recording and photographing and grant StartupTech an unrestricted, perpetual, non-exclusive and sublicensable license, to take, use, display, perform, distribute or exploit for any lawful and commercial purpose any recordings or photographs.


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March 6, 2017 brian prokopowich0

Terminator, Eagle Eye, The Matrix…robots always come back to crush the humans whenever they are given too much intelligence or too much feeling…or at least they make a point to enslave all of humanity.

Where do we draw the line? We’ve begun to see ads for Google Voice and Alexa which champion the fact that AI can do anything for you from scheduling appointments to making purchases online.

With companies already there for ‘home monitoring’ or ‘make everything electronically accessible’, such as locking your door, watching your security cameras or using appliances, how far are we willing to let artificial intelligence and tech giants into our minds and homes?

I’d like to bring up a few points regarding the need for tech in our everyday activities, starting with the most obvious argument, privacy. Hopefully, bringing some things to your attention you haven’t thought of.

Let’s say you want to use Alexa to buy a desk, off of Amazon of course, they made Alexa. It seems harmless, Amazon already has your credit card info online, so what’s the difference? The concern should come from the it’s always listening argument. Phones are already doing this, that strange feeling where you’re talking about something with friends and the next time you go on a device it’s being advertised to you; that’s because Google is listening.

This may come to a shock to you, but this is how it is these days and it is being normalized. A lot of apps ask for access to your microphone for this reason, which is why I don’t have the Facebook app, because frankly I trust them the least.

If you’re okay with your Amazon AI consistently listening to you and your family in your home like Scarlett Johansson then so be it, I’m sure the government would never acquire that information if necessary (*hard wink*). At this point I have many things through Google and I’d rather not add more to the list of companies that know everything about me.

Normalizing Non-Human Consciousness

The other day I saw an ad for a robotic dog that actually woke someone up from their sleep, to ‘play with’ it. At that point I decided that was the worse product of all time. Assuming we aren’t far off from making robot dogs soft, squishy and loveable, do we really want to venture into replacing real, living things with forms of seemingly awesome tech for ease, or to replace a loved one so that we don’t have to miss them?

In case you missed it, we can already map a human consciousness into a machine, no not just like a Johnny Depp movie, but some have already done this. It seems very scary to think we could one time incorporate robots into our everyday life.

Should we rely on it for the most human things like loved ones, pets or day to day interactions…

Should We Rely so Heavily on Tech in our Everyday Lives?

I’m sure most of us are comfortable with forgetting GPS coordinates and phone numbers, leaving that up to our devices. What else should we forego? What does this do to an economy?

These are conversations we need to have. Amazon releases a lineless grocery store and boom! There goes what, 50 potential jobs? How much further are we willing to go in terms of eliminating human contact? Because it’s already causing problems in other parts of the world; Japan basically just released a virtual girlfriend-err-assistant which will send you texts during the day.

Korean women are majority not interested in marriage while half of the Japanese youth aren’t interested in sex or relationships. It’s almost like looking into the future reading those articles, as you begin to see what long term use of technology results in: lack of relationships and human interaction. When you replace sex with porn, social outings with gaming and relationships with virtual assistants, the rate of marriage, children and relationships/sex starts plummeting at rates Generation Tinder seems destined to move towards.

Less human interaction being bad for the economy is a topic not to be ignored.

It’s already happening here; millennials are having the least sex, making the least money and are staying at home longer. Maybe a valid argument can be made that all three are tied by the economy’s state, or you can use any number of social-justice positions pushed forward, but one hand seems to wash the other and perhaps we need to ask (or re-ask) the now recurring question: is technology bringing us closer together or further apart?


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March 3, 2017 Meg Marshall0

Numbers have stood the test of time and should not be overlooked. We live in a world where numbers help us make important decisions from profit and loss to predicting growth and sustainability. With so many numbers coming every which way, they collect and create large pools of data. Luckily, there are organizations that can help us navigate these for those that may become overwhelmed by so many numbers.

We got the chance to meet up with Lewis from the Liberty Village based startup called ThinkData. They are “…changing the way we interact with external data”. He answers some questions on why he loves the startup world.

Q: What have some of the challenges been as a startup?

A: One of ThinkData’s cofounders, Bryan Smith, reminded me recently that the definition of a startup is, to him, a group of people who are trying to solve a problem with limited resources. For us, making external data available to businesses is a constantly evolving problem, but if it was easy someone would have done it by now. One of the challenges is not only developing an infrastructure that supports external data but also educating people on how valuable the resource actually is.

Q: What are some of the successes been as a startup?

The great people of ThinkData taking a break from data analysis and enjoying the company of one another. Photo courtesy of ThinkData.

A: Measuring success as a startup can be difficult, but I’m personally very proud of ThinkData’s platform, Namara, which is solving the problem of external data access. Breaking down the silos that separate data sources, standardizing tons of data, and just generally making it easy to use is no small feat. We were also fortunate enough to have been selected by the C100 as one of 20 companies that participated in their 48 hours in the Valley program, and in 2015 we were recognized by the Canadian Innovation Exchange as one of that years hottest companies. But really any startup that’s been around for a couple of years and has clients who are happy should consider themselves incredibly successful.      

Q: Name some of the most useful resources that any startup should tap into?

A: Toronto has become a really fertile breeding ground for startups. There are a few reasons for that, but I think that there’s been a really important focus on tech development in recent years and without them things would be a lot more difficult. We work very closely with MaRS and they’re doing great work. It’s also important to introduce yourself to other businesses in your community through a BIA network. Having a beer with someone sometimes turns into an amazing partnership opportunity.

Q: How could a startup of any size use data in their business development?

A: I don’t come from a data background, so I’m very sympathetic to the reality that when a lot of people hear “data” their eyes start to glaze over. Most businesses are already using data in their decisions, even if they’re not really aware that they’re doing so. But if you’re only using your own data, you’re really only seeing one piece of a much larger picture. Increasingly, external sources of data are the secret sauce that any company of any size can use to vault themselves to the next level of development. It’s really just a matter of starting with something small and seeing how it works for you. There’s no one-size-fits-all data, but there’s definitely data for everyone.  

For the curious minds out there – Statistics Canada is releasing the 2016 Census data in phases throughout the year. ThinkData can certainly help your startup or organization mine the numbers that are meaningful to your business. See below for the release dates of data as per the Statistics Canada website:

  • February 8th, 2017 – Population and dwelling counts
  • May 3rd, 2017 – Age and sex, Type of dwelling
  • August 2nd, 2017 – Families, households and marital status, Language
  • September 13th, 2017 – Income
  • October 25th, 2017 – Immigration and ethnocultural diversity, Housing, Aboriginal peoples
  • November 29th – Education, Labour, Journey to work, Language of work, Mobility and migration

To learn more about ThinkData, visit them online or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.


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February 28, 2017 brian prokopowich0

Welcome To StartupTech 2017 Winter Roadshow: Kichener/Waterloo

Welcome To StartupTech 2017 Winter Roadshow: Kitchener/Waterloo

We invite all tech enthusiasts and business founders to come out to our StartupTech 2017 Winter Roadshow in Kitchener/ Waterloo. This is an intimate event that will give you a chance see some great startups in all different fields, to learn from other founders, partake in great speaker sessions, demos and much more. We don’t want you to just attend the event but be part of it and get value! So come out to network, learn about some great companies and meet some great people.

Our 2017 tour is designed to highlight and showcase innovative talent in the Toronto & Waterloo Startup and Tech communities. We help bring local founders, tech enthusiasts, and investors together to enable opportunities to showcase talent, new ideas, and foster innovation. This is StartupTech’s inaugural launch of roadshows and summits as we are on a mission to promote and help foster growth and support talent in the North American tech eco-system. StartupTech Unleashed started out as a simple group to help share ideas, foster support and help fellow business owners. It has evolved from a small business group to a large organization with members and events in multiple cities.

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What We Offer During The Roadshow

Keynote Speakers: We have a full day of speakers planned that will provide expert advice, education from founders and top professionals in their field. Covering topics such as navigating the funding ecosystem, scaling your product, marketing and so much more.

Demos: Get a chance to see some great products, get an opportunity to connect with the founders and learn why they do what they do!

Startup Showcase: This is a list of local startups that will be showcasing their business for all to see.

Open networking, coffee, and light snacks.

Get involved and be part of our mission of inclusion & support for our startup community!

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Speakers:

Samiksha Khanna: Strategy & Business Consultant

Discussion Topics: Sales & Marketing, laying the foundation and metrics for early startups. From revenue and lead generation, knowing what to measure, to how to build your go-to-market strategy.

Bio: With over 15 years of experience in building metrics for sales to running operations at technology companies Samiksha, has been instrumental in helping companies increase their revenue and customer satisfaction. She’s worked for a broad range of companies and has been the second-in-command to many Senior VP’s and Executives. Working closely with Marketing, Finance, Sales and Product Samiksha knows how to work inter-departmentally to avoid the internal struggles that occur from rapid growth.

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Nira Lall: Founder, Leadership Coach & Speaker at BD Transformational Services

Discussion Topics: Building a culture of loyalty – Retaining and inspiring millennials (this is basically about understanding who millennials are, what drives them, what demotivates/demoralizes them, and how to engage them to become your company’s ambassadors)

Bio: Since 2009, I’ve been a trusted Leadership Coach to businesses and individuals across Canada. I’ve spent the past years helping small to mid-size organizations move through growth, change management, employee retention issues, and organizational culture and development. Each solution is customized to the organization’s vision and values, meaning that no solution is the same as another. I passionately deliver my work in interactive group sessions, dynamic one-on-one coaching, and keynote speaking engagements.

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Adarsha Datta: Startup Lead & Technical Evangelist | Microsoft Canada

Discussion Topic: Bots/AI/Cognitive Services “Create your first bot in 30 minutes!”.

Everyone is talking bots. What is a bot? Is it an App? Is it actually a robot? Well, no & yes to the latter. Let us get together in this session and understand what actually is a bot and how is it changing existing business models, engagement patterns and introducing a new paradigm of AI into our lives. In this session, we will start with the basics of AI & bots and build a simple bot – showing the different parts/components of constructing a bot from scratch and making it go live.

Bio: Adarsha Datta is the National Startup Lead & Technical Evangelist at Microsoft Canada. He is passionate about (and loves talking about) startups and technology, currently focusing on the cloud, machine learning, AI, and internet of things!

As an evangelist, he enables and supports developers, students and startups with Microsoft technologies and services. He considers himself an educator, a community developer and engages through consistent involvement in events/ camps/ hackathons/ conferences and other online/social channel.

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Vito Marchese: President at Whiteboard Studio Inc.

Discussion Topics: Email marketing and best practices

Bio: Vito Marchese is President and Founder of Whiteboard Studio Inc., a creative advertising agency located in Toronto, Canada. The company specializes in all areas of creative work including strategy, creative, production and communication services. Since 2006, the company has served numerous corporate clientèle and non-profit organizations.
Vito Marchese is also an Authorized Local Expert for Constant Contact. He provides resourceful training, seminars, and workshops related to topics including email marketing, social media and event marketing.

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Exhibitors:

– Skyphone:

– Arck Innovations: SR&ED consultants

– Microsoft

-OpenSky Incubator

More to be announced soon!

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Events Structure:

12:00pm-12:45pm: Registration & Open networking

12:45pm – 1:00pm: opening statements

1:00pm- 1:45pm: Speaker: Shamisha Khanna

2:00pm- 2:45pm: Speaker: Nira Lall

Expo opens: 3:00pm – Breakout coffee & tea, water, fruit platter, cakes/ muffins

3:00pm-3:45pm: Speaker: Adarsha Datta

4:00-4:45pm: Speaker: Vito Marchese

5-8pm: Closing: Sandwiches, Snacks and apps

 

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We would like to thank all our sponsors for helping make the StartupTech Unleashed events possible.


OpenSky Lab Incubator: Is 15,000 square feet of space at LOT41–41 Ardelt Place, will provide coworking areas and office spaces, as well co-creation sessions from Open Sky’s enterprise partners. The incubator will also host workshops aimed at helping startups at every stage of their business, covering areas like business planning, financial literacy training for entrepreneurs, and marketing.

Conference Cloud: Is a next generation virtual attendance platform specifically designed for conferences to scale audiences and monetize their content. ConferenceCloud gives you a simple way to stream your conference live and help recover foregone revenue. Provide a truly unique digital attendee experience and with ConferenceCloud.

Skyphone: SkyPhone is a smartphone number in the cloud that manages all incoming calls into your business and directs them to the right person on your team regardless of their location or what type of phone they’re using.

Arvuu Inc.: An interactive marketing company focusing on Augmented Reality and traditional marketing. The launched their own augmented reality viewer called ARenginePRO so that anyone can create their own projects.

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Disclaimer: By signing up for any STU meetup event, you agree that StartupTech Unleashed may record or photograph the Event, (including You, your likeness, voice and any guest you bring), and use it publicly or privately in any form of media, including for commercial purposes. By attending, You consent to the recording and photographing and grant StartupTech an unrestricted, perpetual, non-exclusive and sublicensable license, to take, use, display, perform, distribute for any lawful and commercial purpose. The date, time and locations are subject to change without notice. We do not offer refunds however if you are unable to attend we may be able to provide you a ticket to another event. If