Building a better world
How TinyEYE moved online speech therapy from the big “no” to the worldly “yes”Jackie Gill - February 18, 2020
TinyEYE founders Marnee Brick and Greg Sutton put everything on the line – even Marnee’s professional license – to stand up for kids who need speech therapy in school.
“Divine serendipity” led Uche Onuora to help his son – and students around the worldRachel Hickey - Jan 21, 2020
HITCH co-founder Uche Onuora moved to Canada after learning his two-year-old son had autism. Here, he found support to give students in Africa access to better education.
How NERv won a life-changing prize for a life-saving technology (and made mom proud)Jackie Gill - Dec 3, 2019
Meet the Waterloo startup that won $500,000 in the Entrepreneurship World Cup to fuel their mission of making sure no one dies from a preventable post-surgical complication.