At Collision From Home 2021, a virtual conference event that will stream talks from tech CEOs, international policymakers, and global cultural figures and engage with some of the world’s most influential companies and fastest-growing startups, the AWS Startups team is hosting a number of MasterClasses. You can ask questions about building on AWS and more. We also have a roundtable taking place with a number of Canadian founders on Tuesday, April 20 at 3pm ET. Whether you need help today, or have an idea for a business started on a napkin (AWS’s origin story), we are excited to help you build.
Osprey Informatics CTO & Co-founder Lukasz Skalka on Innovating Within the Oil & Gas Industry, Managing a Startup in Canada, and the One Thing He Can’t Do Without
Oil and Gas companies are trending toward automation and intelligent, interconnected systems to improve their businesses. One startup at the forefront of this movement is Osprey Informatics, which develops and provides cloud-based intelligent visual monitoring solutions for the oil and gas industry.
Steve Irvine, Founder and CEO of integrate.ai, explains how the Canadian startup helps larger companies in traditional industries like banking, retail, and telecommunications compete with digital disruptors by more robustly analyzing their customer data.
Adam Hijleh, Co-founder and CTO of digital mortgage platform Doorr, chats about what inspired his team to build the Toronto-based startup, why he chose to dive into a decidedly non-technical industry, and where he sees Doorr going next.
Serial entrepreneur and Hockeystick founder Raymond Luk talks about how the Canadian startup uses data to match entrepreneurs with the right investors.
Bitstrapped CMO Jesse Albinston shares how the Toronto-based cloud computing software service partner works, what role trust plays in scaling the business, and what’s next in 2019.
Public speaking tool InStage uses VR software to create scenarios in which users can practice presentations. Co-founder Imran Mouna describes how the company was founded, who its primary users are, and what’s next in 2019.
Not only will we be eating poutine and exploring the streets of Night Summit, but AWS will be hosting Mentor Hours, where we’ll be connecting hundreds of startups to top speakers, lead investors, and members of the media, along with providing them with one-on-one time to ask questions.
Watch the startup talks from at the AWS Summit held on September 20rd, 2018 in Toronto. From best practices for building a data team to utilizing machine learning to analyze trillions of records, the talks covered a wide array of topics from the local community.
It’s a dilemma almost as old as the internal combustion engine: you’re too far to walk somewhere yet too close to drive. In transit circles, it’s called the “first-mile/last-mile problem,” and the team at ofo is looking to solve it.