Cdling and PrintChomp. We are heading to Waterloo, to explore interest in getting a Startup Grind Chapter going in one of Canada's most important hubs of innovation. This edition of After Hours will be hosted by Cdling Founder Michael Cayley (Founder & Director of Startup Grind Toronto) and Joseph Puopolo, CEO & Founder of Printchomp. Old friends and new are welcome to come out, enjoy some pizza and learn more about Startup Grind. Maybe there is enough interest to get a Waterloo Chapter going? If you are interested in having a Startup Grind Chapter in Waterloo please sign up for the new meetup group. See you at the Firkin at the Tannery!
6:30 Networking and Food
Hosted By Michael Cayley, Director of Startup Grind
Hi I'm Michael Cayley, Founder of Cdling (pronounced "seedling"), a platform that builds trust between investors, startups and mentors. I'm also Founder of the Ontario Cross-border Technology Innovation Ecosystem (OCTIE) Study. I've been doing the startup grind my whole career across Canada, the US, in Europe and China over the years. I hope that helps add some value to this conversation! Email: [masked]
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