Toronto

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toronto

Our first community in Canada made sense to launch in Toronto, the center of commercial activity for banking and telecom and increasingly tech startups.  Started in April 2017, we have hosted monthly events with talks featuring sales leaders from some of the hottest tech companies to the largest of global Fortune 500 companies.

Contact our GM Gurdeep Singh for more information about attending, volunteering, speaking, or sponsoring our Toronto chapter.

Organizers

Gurdeep Singh

Gurdeep Singh

Organizer

Gurdeep Singh is a start-up Business Growth Specialist with more than a decade of experience across the world. Launched businesses from scratch and grew them to be market leaders. Experience across e-commerce, consumer goods, telecom and retail sectors. Gurdeep is currently helping inMotive, a Toronto based start-up to bring an innovative transmission for electric vehicles to market. Prior to that Gurdeep held leadership positions at GoFetch (Canada’s leading pet care technology platform) and Ola Cabs (#1 Ride Sharing service in India: #1 Vs. Uber and valued USD $ 7b). Gurdeep is a graduate of Rotman School of Management (Canada’s #1 Business School) and Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee (IIT R) (Asia’s oldest technical institution).

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