Start-Ups for Cities

“With more than 39 percent of B.C. residents owning their own company or running a side hustle, British Columbia is the most entrepreneurial province in Canada—"

Dudoc Vancouver X Vancouver Start-Up Week

About this Event

“With more than 39 percent of B.C. residents owning their own company or running a side hustle, British Columbia is the most entrepreneurial province in Canada—”

Vancouver Start-ups make our cities more sustainable and innovative. Discover inspirational stories from 4 local innovators in sustainable urban development.

1. Phil Northcott from – C Change Labs

2. Stephen Wilson- Alec Control Lighting

3. Kirsten Hinlopen – AVA Grows Technologies

4. Marc Wandler – Susgrainable

In addition, we’ll have a panel of three delegates that give their opinion on the start-up scene in the City.

1. Justin Bull – UBC Sauder School of Business , Entrepreneur and Innovation Group

2. Kookai Chaimahawong – Pangaea Ventures

3. Leah Hanvey – Urbanlogiq

Learn more about start-ups being healthy for the social, economical, and environmental well-being of our cities. Hear from experts about the intangible consequences of fast exit strategies and explore together if there is such thing as ‘too many start-ups in a city’?

Schedule:

4:00 – Opening Remarks from World of Walas

4:05 – Start-Up Pitches (4 x 5min.)

4:30 – Panel Discussion

5:00 – Networking

Join the conversation at Dudoc Vancouver, sustainable innovation hub & platform for dialogue.

Start-Ups for Cities

“With more than 39 percent of B.C. residents owning their own company or running a side hustle, British Columbia is the most entrepreneurial province in Canada—"

Dudoc Vancouver X Vancouver Start-Up Week

About this Event

“With more than 39 percent of B.C. residents owning their own company or running a side hustle, British Columbia is the most entrepreneurial province in Canada—”

Vancouver Start-ups make our cities more sustainable and innovative. Discover inspirational stories from 4 local innovators in sustainable urban development.

1. Phil Northcott from – C Change Labs

2. Stephen Wilson- Alec Control Lighting

3. Kirsten Hinlopen – AVA Grows Technologies

4. Marc Wandler – Susgrainable

In addition, we’ll have a panel of three delegates that give their opinion on the start-up scene in the City.

1. Justin Bull – UBC Sauder School of Business , Entrepreneur and Innovation Group

2. Kookai Chaimahawong – Pangaea Ventures

3. Leah Hanvey – Urbanlogiq

Learn more about start-ups being healthy for the social, economical, and environmental well-being of our cities. Hear from experts about the intangible consequences of fast exit strategies and explore together if there is such thing as ‘too many start-ups in a city’?

Schedule:

4:00 – Opening Remarks from World of Walas

4:05 – Start-Up Pitches (4 x 5min.)

4:30 – Panel Discussion

5:00 – Networking

Join the conversation at Dudoc Vancouver, sustainable innovation hub & platform for dialogue.

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