Grabb Wants to Eradicate Lunchtime Lineups

Like many university students, Kabir Daswani had a night class while finishing up his bachelor of commerce degree at Queen’s University.

During the break in the middle of class, tons of students would rush to the single café that was open at night, and it would take at least 10 minutes just to grab a coffee. 

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Get Your Application in to Pitch at Startupfest 2015

Since 2011 Montreal's International Startup Festival has been putting a new spin on entrepreneurship. Each year over 2,000 founders, investors, and analysts converge on Montreal from more than a dozen countries.

Startupfest offers a unique blend of deep content, inspiring stories, unbeatable networking, and unmistakable festival vibe.

Every year Startupfest sifts through hundreds of applications to find 12 deserving companies to participate in the Best Pitch prize.

What does it mean to be one of the 12 startups chosen?

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The Startup Visa Canada Program is Great – So Let's Actually Do Something With It

Vancouver's Boris Wertz, Danny Robinson and Maura Rodgers founded the Startup Visa Canada initiative in 2010.

According to Rodgers, they were inspired after working with and investing in talented Romanian technology entrepreneurs, Mircea Pasoi and Cristian Strat. At the time, they encouraged the duo to come to Canada to build their startup ReadFu, which later pivoted and was rebranded Summify.

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MP Calls Tech Companies Unpatriotic, Says Dictatorships 'Best Form of Government'

Just weeks before questioning the patriotism of some of Canada’s most successful tech companies, a Conservative member of parliament said he preferred dictatorships to democracy.

Last week, MP Laurie Hawn accused the CEO of companies like Hootsuite, Shopify and Slack of profiting off of terrorist propaganda and suggested that had motivated their criticism of a new bill that will expand the powers of Canada’s spy agencies.

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MakerBloks Hits Crowdfunding Goal in Two Days, Wants to Rethink How Kids Learn Electronics

A Montreal startup that wants to teach children about electronics is seeing strong success on Kickstarter, reaching its $25,000 goal on the second day of its crowdfunding campaign.

MakerBloks are colourful blocks that allow children to create real electric circuits. A Kickstarter campaign to fund their creation launched on Tuesday morning, raising over $20,000 within 24-hours and reaching its goal on Wednesday afternoon.

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Vancouver's Hottest Tech Companies Pitch for Talent at Biggest Tech Fest Yet

Vancouver tech companies are looking for talent.

On May 14, Techvibes hosted its latest and greatest Tech Fest, a unique networking event that brings Vancouver companies and talent together, where a representative for each hiring company takes the stage to pitch the talent on why the company is their best choice to work for. Nearly 900 people attended the event at which 17 companies were seeking to fill several hundreds of positions in total.

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