In episode 15 and our Season 1 finale, we decided to have a special edition episode celebrating the 10 years of TTT. Alongside our host Chris, we have David Hobbs, Jose Hernandez, Josephine Wong and Vinson Li joining in. Hear them talk about the journey that TTT has gone through and how it all started!
Igor is the co-founder of Mobify, the leading mobile web platform provider, powering hundreds of millions of mobile pageviews for its e-commerce and publisher customers around the world. Founded in Vancouver in 2007, Mobify has been focused on helping businesses adapt to the fast-changing digital and mobile world.
Kris Hartvigsen is the CEO and co-founder of Dooly, a sales enablement platform that collects customer information essential to close business sales. The cloud-based platform uses artificial intelligence to capture, share, and find the customer information and with its algorithm, syncs digital notes, fields, and tasks straight to Salesforce.
Carl Schmidt is a co-founder of Unbounce, a drag-and-drop builder that lets you create and publish your own landing pages, without the need for coding. Unbounce has helped over 15,000 brands create eye-catching landing pages, leading to an increase in conversion.
Olivia Wong is a Senior Partner at Prototype Thinking Labs, a business design and innovation lab focused on solving new business models 10x faster. Using a unique approach born at GoogleX, Olivia trains companies to confidently run experiments and build new solutions with a fraction of the effort, cost, and time.
Kyle Campbell is the founder and CEO of CTO.ai, a platform for rapidly scaling DevOps teams. Kyle founded CTO.ai in 2017, after working with DevOps teams as an investor and advisor to a wide range of technology startups. The company provides an open registry of shortcuts to help technical leads at startups quickly scale developer teams and streamline developer productivity 10x.
Vivian Chan is a community builder at heart and has a background in marketing, sales and event management, which she has implemented in the last 10 years while working with Canadian companies and entrepreneurs. Prior to her current ventures, Vivian served as the National Accelerator Operations Manager at Wavefront and was in charge of their programs, events and community management all across Canada. Vivian now works on various projects and initiatives with different organizations in the startup and tech community; including serving as Co-Chair of Vancouver Startup Week, operations manager for Yell Canada and more.
Ray Walia is a serial entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in both the entertainment and technology sectors, with his latest work being Launch Ventures. Launch Ventures owns and operates a network of private incubators, innovation labs, and investment funds, and is also the home to Launch Academy, Vancouver’s leading entrepreneurship facility.
In this episode, he shares about the journey of Launch Academy, his involvement in the Vancouver community, and talks about the annual Traction conference he hosts.
Casey Lau is a startup connector, ecosystem community builder, and international tech conference host. Casey co-hosts the world renown RISE conference boasting over 500+ speakers, 16,000 attendees and people from over 100 countries in 2019, rightfully giving it the title of the largest tech conference in Asia.
In this episode, Casey talks about the first virtual conferences he hosted, what it takes to get high-profile guests, and much more.
Josh Nilson is the CEO and Co-Founder of East Side Games (ESG), producer of popular titles such as Trailer Park Boys: Greasy Money, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The Gang Goes Mobile, and most recently Archer: Danger Phone!
In this episode, Josh talks about the importance of community and culture in the workplace, the creative process, and shares his own journey of starting a company.