The humans of entrepreneurship
He may have come from the corporate insurance space, but Equivesto co-founder Ryan Correia found he could put his tech skills to better use by starting a finance company of his own. [...]
During 15 years in HR, Retainify founder Yvonne Lau expected people to be honest about why they left. When her own time came, she felt fear and anxiety over telling the truth.
Equivesto co-founder Alexander Morsink has had challenges, but he knows he comes from a place of privilege and that others have it much harder. That's why he fights for diversity.
Whether he's publishing books or reporting on stories, Adriano Silva, founder and co-publisher of Draft Canada, knows one thing: he’s meant to be a writer.
Though he started out as an engineer, Samarth Bhasin, CTO and co-founder of Alexsei, now makes a bigger impact as an entrepreneur helping law professionals find answers to their questions.[...]
Laura Bryson, co-founder of SWTCH, wanted to buy an electric vehicle but struggled to get her condo board to approve installation for an EV charging station.
Noam Lamdan was an artistic kid - and others assumed he wasn’t good at math or science. Now as the co-founder of Zizzlelab, he makes STEM fun and accessible for everyone.
Falsified medication put RxAll co-founder Adebayo Alonge into a coma for three weeks. He followed a life in pharmacy and entrepreneurship to find the cause and make sure the same thing doesn’t happen again.
Mo Nikjoo, co-founder of Quad-Fi, was lucky he had a scholarship as an international student in Canada because he struggled to get financial help with no credit history.
One day at school, Douglas Mochrie noticed his lunch was a little light – money was tight. Now the founder of Airo.Life, he wants to make life affordable for families around the world.
Next Level Hub founder Felipe Soares was pretty happy practicing law in Brazil. But moving to Canada meant he had to burst out of his bubble and start over again. Now he helps other Brazilians do the same.