Making decisions in complex, data-driven businesses is difficult, if not impossible. Despite the huge advances in analytical capabilities, multi-dimensional data companies such as insurance organizations and retailers have so many moving parts that some analysis just can’t be done. That’s what Daisy Intelligence hopes to change.
Where do you start and how do you know which breed is right for your lifestyle? Pawzy.co is a site that recently launched in Canada aimed at providing confidence and much needed online advice and tools dedicated to potential and existing pet families.
The inaugural #BFUTR by BPTN summit took place in Toronto and welcomed over 1,000 attendees including c-level executives from the big banks, venture capitalists from across North America, and Toronto Mayor John Tory.
Among those curated to attend were over 35 scaling startups, bringing in millions in revenue and hundreds of millions in VC dollars to Toronto and across Canada.
If you work at a big company and have health benefits through your job, you’ve probably felt the same frustration as millions of others. You’re grateful to have the coverage but you can’t stand how annoying it is to actually use your benefits.
A new study from RBC found that it’s not millennials who are actually starting businesses.
Unfortunately, though, a good idea is not enough to capture the world’s attention. Competing economic interests, political rivalries, and other social divisions act as the opposite army, fighting to keep people away from much-needed change. To break through the noise, the experience of the idea must resonate as strongly as the intent of the change.
The pitch competition, Elevate-R Pitch, is one area where business acumen ruled over social media following. Split over two days and conducted March Madness style, 32 startups competed against each other in head-to-head battles.