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Takara Small is a force to be reckoned with; a technology journalist who is solving tech’s diversity problem one kid at a time through her organization VentureKids Canada.
Venture Out is all about connecting the LGBTQA+ community in tech to career opportunities, role models, and each other. Here’s our top learnings from the day.
Brizi CEO and Co-Founder Anna Hu delves into the jump from the corporate world to start-up life, who moved the dial for her and what sporting and technology trends to look out for in 2019.
Stephany Lapierre, CEO of tealbook, explains to Amber Mac how their platform connects buyers and suppliers and how artificial intelligence makes it easier for companies to know who they are doing business with.
Montresa McMillan, Senior Vice President, Head of Omni Strategy North America, TD Bank Group discusses with Amber Mac how the bank understands one box does not fit all employees and works to ensure an inclusive and diverse workforce.
Dr. Laurelle Jno Baptiste, Partner, Vocalmeet explains to Amber Mac how her company helps automate businesses. and who has been some of the early champions in helping her build the company.
Marlina Kinnersley, Co-Founder and CEO of Fortay.ai discusses with Amber Mac how the culture and analytics platform uses artificial intelligence to assist companies in the hiring process.
Lori Casselman, Executive Advisor, Health and Business Innovation shares with Amber Mac how today's workforce has evolved to expect companies to focus more on the community and culture they provide.
Shelby Walsh, President and Head of Research at TrendHunter shares with Amber Mac how the company has grown into the largest trendspotting platform in the world and how they help brands find new ideas faster.