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Welcome to the cloud, Toronto

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StartupHere Toronto

Clausehound’s partner organization, StartupHere Toronto, has shared a blog on a Toronto-based DevOps firm and the unique strategy the firm employed to become a leading player in space. The founders of VM Farms share their unique approach to providing DevOps services, how they perceive the Toronto startup community, and their experience growing a tech business in the City. By offering a wider array of services to its customers, maintaining the best talent within the firm, and offering higher quality service than the competition, VM Farms has been able to achieve immense success in the past 8 years providing cloud-based technology solutions to companies both in Toronto and globally.


If you’re interested in learning about VM Farm’s story and what it takes to be a leader in the software development space, read this article by StartupHere Toronto.  

 

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Futurpreneur’s Women Entrepreneur Series: Living Life to its Fullest with CircoFit

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Clausehound’s partner organization, Futurpreneur, offers female entrepreneurs throughout Canada a fantastic opportunity for both membership and mentorship. Futurpreneur profiled one of its up-and-coming entrepreneurs based out of Edmonton, Alberta. Meghan Schech, a former aerial circus performer and medical laboratory assistant, shares her experience as a female in the entrepreneurial grind and the unique obstacles she’s had to overcome. Meghan discusses the strategies she’s employed to successfully launch her business, CircoFit, including taking care of herself, hiring professionals, ‘faking it until you make it’, and creating the best possible experience for her customers.

Visit Futurpreneur’s website to connect with their experts and read the full article here.

 

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Logojoy provides a roundup of expert tips on designing a logo!

Clausehound’s partner organization, Logojoy, has compiled a list of logo design tips from a number of industry leaders to help improve your company’s branding! This blog article can help you plan and design an effective logo for your business or provide you with the required knowledge to improve your business’ existing logo design!


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Logojoy’s blog article.

 

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Join MyShop Makerspace on April 25th for an introduction to 3D modelling and printing workshop led by Paul Sohi!

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Interested in learning how to use one of the newest and coolest technology tools? Clausehound’s partner organization, MyShop Makerspace, is hosting an introduction to 3D printing workshop for all members of the Kitchener community interested in learning the foundations of utilizing 3D printing technologies. This workshop, in conjunction with Fusion 360, will provide attendees with an introduction to 3D modelling and printing, led by Fusion 360 evangelist and product designer, Paul Sohi.

 

If you are an entrepreneur looking for new and innovative ways to create or market products, this is the workshop for you! It takes place on April 25, from 7:00pm – 9:30pm.

 

For more information on attending MyShop Makerspace’s 3D printing event, please see the event page.

 

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Toronto – A City That Makes Makers!

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Clausehound’s partner organization, StartUp HERE, has written a blog about Toronto’s rich entrepreneurial environment and factors that make the city stand out as a place for ‘makers’ to thrive. This blog illustrates the resources available to startups in Toronto, including makerspaces, academic programs and other entrepreneurs with which to collaborate. This is a great read for members of Clausehound’s entrepreneurial community that are looking for more resources to turn their ideas into viable businesses!

 

To read more about some of the many factors that make Toronto an ideal place to launch a startup, click here!

 

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Experts provide branding advice to BC-based startup GentStone

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Futurpreneur Canada

Clausehound’s partner organization, Futurpreneur, has provided an insightful article about branding strategies for a startup business. Futurepreneur provides the advice of multiple branding experts on how they believe a startup like GentStone can stand out in a competitive space, like the jewellery industry. The advice provided in this blog can help members of Clausehound’s entrepreneurial community understand how to conduct market research to understand what customers value in a brand and use that knowledge to develop a branding strategy for their business.

 

To read all of the advice provided to GentStone, click here to read Futurpreneur’s full article.

 

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Collage evaluates the Ministry of Labour’s results from recent ‘inspection blitzes’ conducted on Ontario employers with a history of non-compliance

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Clausehound’s partner organization, Collage, has written an eye-opening blog on the most common labour infractions in Ontario, as determined by the Ministry of Labour’s ‘Workplace Blitz’ report. A shocking 74% of employers inspected were found to be in violation of Ontario’s labour laws. Collage provides simple advice on how to proactively address these concerns so that your company remains in good standing with the Ministry of Labour. This is a must read for all employers, as non-compliance with Ontario labour laws can be both time consuming, expensive, and have a detrimental effect on employee productivity and morale.


Read Collage’s blog post here!

 

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INFINITI partners with Multiplicity to create INFINITI LAB, a technology accelerator designed to grow companies focused on Internet of Things (IoT) and smart city initiatives

With the help of Multiplicity, a Toronto-based nonprofit that provides education and mentorship to startups (and co-founded by Clausehound.com CEO Rajah Lehal), INFINITI has launched its first North American-based INFINITI LAB. The INFINITI LAB aims to grow companies focused on Internet of Things (IoT) and smart city initiatives.

Applications for INFINITI LAB Toronto are already open, and the program is open to pre-seed startups who work in IoT and smart city innovation. The program launches May 29th, and the group of selected startups will work closely with corporate and industry partners including Techstars, OMERS Ventures, TELUS Ventures and the City of Toronto (among others), who will provide the participants with access to technology, mentorship and education throughout the month-long program.

For more information on the newly launched INFINITI LAB and how your company can apply for this great opportunity, please see this link.

 

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