Monthly meetup to discuss and learn about Haskell. All welcomed. Join the group to find out what topics are covered each month.
Every Tuesday night from 6pm to 10pm, “Hack Nights” come alive with hustlers, hackers and hipsters coming together to work on their start-up ideas. If you are working on something tech related, and are in the pre-investment stage, this event is for you!
The Creating Viable Ventures (CVV) course is a new program for entrepreneurs designed to take participants from IDEA to RESULT. The goal of the workshop is to bring laser focus to the things matter as you build your venture. This course takes place over 4 Tuesdays in September. Use code ‘SD50′ to get $50 off the regular ticket price.
Learn the ins and outs of establishing and monitoring a sales strategy for your business from experts in the field.
Alberta Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) is a member of Women’s Enterprise Organizations of Canada (WEOC) and we are participating as a partner in a project to provide an opportunity for women owned businesses to sell goods and services as a supplier to FIFA Women’s World cup delegations.
Bring your ideas, pair with other developers, and start building!
At this session, we’ll be talking about Product Feature Prioritization. Discussion will cover stakeholder engagement, informed decision making, and tools and strategies for maintaining Roadmaps and Backlogs. We’ll start the session with three 5-minute talks from some great Toronto Product people
Tour this exciting business, meet with staff, network with other entrepreneurs.
While young in spirit and snappy in dress, Andy Nulman has been creating and leading major media projects for over three decades. Andy took on the position of President, Festivals and Television, of Montreal’s renowned Just For Laughs International Comedy Festival, the world’s first and largest comedy event. Nulman is founder, President, and CMO of Airborne Mobile, a media-space company. In 2005, he sold the company to Japan’s Cybird Holdings for close to $100 million. In 2006, Airborne was cited as North America’s 4th-Fastest Growing Tech Company by the Deloitte Fast 500. In June 2008, Nulman and Bornstein re-purchased the company.