What makes some startups a ground-breaking success, while others flop? This LinkedIn list explores the achievements and innovations that make Canada’s 2018 top 25 startups stand out from the rest. If you’re looking to test the waters and get involved with Canada’s startup scene, these companies are a great place to start. Job opportunities for each company are linked in the article.
When Victor Straatman arrived in Vancouver a year and a half ago, he was surprised at how inconvenient it was to buy grass-fed free range beef directly from local farmers—a process that was relatively simple in his native Holland. That’s when Straatman decided to bridge the gap between consumers and struggling farmers through Meatme, an online marketplace where consumers can buy shares in ethically raised cows, pigs, lambs or chickens, until the full animals are purchased.
Varun Sharma combined military precision, a passion for finance and an MBA, to land a role in one of the world’s fastest-growing corporations.
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Not satisfied to sit on the sidelines, Kerry Costello focused her entrepreneurial skills on revolutionizing concussion testing for athletes and is set to roll out a new app and wearable tech system that’s poised to be a game-changer.
When Sauder alumnus Jim Atamba attended an event co-hosted by Sauder and Hootsuite, he was hoping to expand his network but ended up changing the course of his career.