Serial entrepreneur and angel investor Uri Levine is an expert in building successful companies. You may recognize him as the man who sold Waze to Google for $1.3 billion – as a co-founder and board member of over half a dozen startups, Uri is well-versed in what makes tech companies tick, and he has some tips for where, when, why, and how to make your startups stick. Continue reading Strategies for Startup Success with Angel Investor Uri Levine – VR Interview
This Wednesday, August 31, I had the honour of being one of eleven young entrepreneurs to participate in an intimate roundtable discussion with Hon. Navdeep Bains, Canada’s Minister of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development. Hosted by Startup Canada in partnership with Ladies Learning … Continue reading Minister Bains Meets with Youth Entrepreneurs to Advise Canada’s Innovation Agenda
Pick your poison: drugs, alcohol, or…electrical stimulation? NERVANA stimulates your brain’s pleasure center to the beat of your favourite songs. Continue reading Digital Drugs Are Here: NERVANA E-Stimulation
Holograms have, for decades, been a vision of the future. With applications in communication, entertainment, and productivity, holograms have the potential to make the globe more connected than ever. Microsoft’s Hololens has already shown us that it’s possible with a head-mounted … Continue reading Startup Spotlight: VNTANA Holographics
The absurdity of the situation is almost incomprehensible: BiteLabs, a self-proclaimed sustainable and healthy startup, is trying to raise support to create “luxury” salami out of celebrity meat. Yes, you read that right, CELEBRITY MEAT. Says BiteLabs: According to BiteLabs, celebrity … Continue reading BiteLabs Wants You to Taste Your Favourite Celebrity
Dozens of students gathered on Dalhousie University’s Agriculture campus in Truro, Nova Scotia on the weekend of January 22, 2016, all with a common goal: to build a startup in 56 hours. The majority of the students majored in Management or … Continue reading Startup Weekend Mixes Agriculture and Innovation
In a market saturated with photo sharing apps, San Francisco startup Fyusion is bringing a fresh new angle (360 degrees, to be exact) to visual sharing with its spatial app, Fyuse. Part picture, part video, fyuses go beyond traditional media forms to allow users … Continue reading App Alert: Is Fyuse the Next Instagram?