Full Stack Toronto is launching its first annual conference: Full Stack Toronto Conference or fsto.co for short. Attendees will leave fsto.co with a comprehensive understanding of the entire life cycle of web development; knowing the why and the how. If you’re not sure what “full stack” means, this may not be the right conference for you
Come out for two days of discovery, experimentation, and innovation. Meet local makers, tinkerers, inventors and tech enthusiasts. There’s fun for all ages and skill levels! Curious about 3D printing, wearable technology and electronics? Want to learn more about robotics, woodworking and soldering? The Toronto Mini Maker Faire has it all!
Com Mirza aka “The 500 Million Dollar Man” is on a mission to help over 100 people build a net worth of over $1 million. In this presentation you will discover how to: Create a value stacked offer, Set up sales-funnels and organize promotions, Prepare your sales scripts and sales pages, Execute offers, and upselling from high to higher ticket. Internet Masterminds Group is a weekly Meetup of Internet marketers that get together to discuss Internet marketing related strategies.
The Founder Institute is the world’s largest idea-stage accelerator. Join us for an informational event where you can meet local Directors, ask questions and learn how you can launch a startup in Toronto with help from top CEOs, experienced peers and a structured approach. What is it like to be in the Founder Institute? Who are some of the peers that you will be working with? Can the Institute help you build your dream company?
The language and practices of social innovation—including “social entrepreneurship,” “social finance,” “social labs” and “social tech”—are coming into wide use. Not only are they influencing the mindsets, work and culture of the philanthropic and community sectors, but government and business are also becoming increasingly involved.
Featuring talks from Craig Hunter, CEO of Bitmaker Labs and Meredith Arnot on Leadership and culture
Join us for an informational event where you can meet local Directors, ask questions and learn how you can launch a startup in Toronto with help from top CEOs, experienced peers and a structured approach. What is it like to be in the Founder Institute? Who are some of the peers that you will be working with? Can the Institute help you build your dream company?
Ottawa.The event will start with free drinks and food. We will socialize and try to find a ways to help each other in the group. Then we will have a pitch session where a few people will get up and pitch their ideas, businesses or themselves. This is a way we will help each other with public speaking and pitching ideas. Then Ill be talking about internet marketing and and going over specific tactics you can use to gain exposure to your website. Ill talk about video marketing, how video is taking over the internet and what you can do. After the main talk we will have questions and a then open the floor to marketing discussion.
Drinks on us. HackerNest Tech Socials are a fun, relaxed way to connect with your local tech brethren. Atmosphere: chill, friendly, unpretentious, agenda-free (no sales pitch, yo), and brimming with UltraSmart(TM) people.
This workshop will focus on corporate structure, founder agreements, IP strategy, commercial agreements, financing structures and the Legal aspects of preparing for an exit. The Ignition Workshop Series is presented free of charge by SFU Venture Connection® and VentureLabs®, in partnership with Coast Capital Savings, the BCIC Venture Acceleration Program, and Rocket Builders.
HackerNest is an international nonprofit community movement focused on building supportive Silicon Valley like tech communities in every city – strengthening local tech ecosystems globally through unpretentious social events and hackathons. We’re nurturing cohesive communities today to empower them with more relevant and accessible peer-based tech education tomorrow.
Talking Money with Canada’s Top Early Stage Investors in Digital Health
Join us for a morning with Amine Benmoussa from BDC, Richard Osborn from RecapHealth Ventures, and Karamdeep Nijjar from iNovia Capital.
Join Health 2.0 Toronto for a morning with Amine Benmoussa from BDC Healthcare Fund, Richard Osborn from RecapHealth Ventures, and Karamdeep Nijjar from iNovia Capital.
You don’t want to miss an opportunity to hear from and network with some of the top health tech investors across Canada. The fireside chat will focus on their experience with healthcare business models and the challenges facing start-ups looking to begin fundraising.
GO VENTURE INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES YOU WITH THE KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY TO MANAGE ALL KEY ASPECTS OF YOUR BUSINESS.
The LeanCoffeeTO Meetup will be diving into a series of sessions following the excellent content being delivered at Startup Class at Stanford University (http://startupclass.samaltman.com/). Each week, we will review one of the lectures (each lecture video is an hour in length), and coming together to discuss it during our weekly sessions.
Learn the ins and outs of social media to grow both your business and your network. The same subject will be covered en francais in the afternoon.y
Come and hear some great pitches and network with members of the startup community.
Apprendre tous ce qui est necessaire pour utiliser le media sociaux.See the morning event for more details.
Join #LeanEnterpriseTO at Climax Media for Part 6 of the Lean Enterprise Toronto, 6-Part Speaker Series.
Part 6 features two amazing sessions:
1. Aaron Eden, Co-Founder of Moves The Needle, which helps corporations innovate like startups with the Lean Enterprise Accelerator Program (L.E.A.P).
2. Eugene Bomba, Partner with PwC’s Tech Group and PwC’s Emerging Company Services Canadian Leader along with Ted Graham, Innovation Leader at PwC in Canada.
Come out and learn from Aaron, Eugene and Ted, who will be discussing how large companies are using lean startup principles to innovate from within.
Price: $7.50 (early bird)
Networking event for entrepreneurs, startup fans, doers and dreamers. Come meet and network.Also check out Vennture Garage, a great startup support organization in Moncton!
Networking event, in French, and English, for developers: more information, and registration at http://www.meetup.com/YulDev/events/218623966/
Event Language: French
Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director at the Eclipse Foundation will come and share his thoughts on how open source software will drive IoT innovation and present some of the initiatives on-going at the Eclipse Foundation.
A meeting we’ll hold once a month to discuss numerous topics surrounding Design, Development, Mobile and the Web in general.Topics will be chosen closer to the day, with any and all suggestions being considered. Based on the number of participants, guest speakers from various companies and background will be invited to present topics.
We have two Lightning Talks scheduled so far: 1. Willem van Bergen will be talking about data loss problems with MySQL not running in strict mode, how it affects Rails app, and what they did at Shopify to overcome these problems. 2. Xander Miller will be giving the second part of his series on Rails Relationships.