New Documentary Aims to Shed Light on Canadian Entrepreneurs and Their Startups

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UPDATE: Day Job's Indiegogo campaign is now live and ready for your support.

Video production company Fidelity Format has partnered with Canadian accelerator Extreme Startups to launch Day Job, a documentary that follows and studies five Canadian startups and the entrepreneurs behind them. The official trailer is below. 

 

 

In the age of access, the way business is done is changing. The traditional principles of hard work, sacrifice, and networking still apply, but are taking new forms. Day Job follows five fresh Canadian businesses as they partner with Extreme Startups in developing and launching their products, and studies the DNA of these entrepreneurs off-hours.

A second trailer is on the way, and after that, five teasers. The idea is to build momentum as Extreme Startups launches an Indiegogo campaign to fund the real production of the actual documentary.

Company:
Extreme Startups
Website:
http://www.extremestartups.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Extreme Startups is a venture backed startup accelerator that supercharges founder development, optimizes product-market fit and graduates fundable companies. Our evolved programs provide an unrivaled combination of seed capital (up to $250K), digital product leadership education and access to a global pool of mentors. Investors and financial partners include Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC), Relay... more


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