10 Torontonians you should be watching in 2015: Framestr

Framestr, a conduit for word-of-mouth product recommendations between friends, has worked with the Altitude Accelerator before and was recently featured in the Toronto Star under Jordan Whelan, one of the 10 Torontonians that you should be watching in 2015. Because word of mouth is a major purchase influencer, Framestr is built on the idea of… Continue reading 10 Torontonians you should be watching in 2015: Framestr

10 Torontonians you should be watching in 2015: The Rumie Initiative

Rumie Initiative, a non-profit organization that has worked with the Altitude Accelerator, targets poor communities globally to allow children to have access to education. Low-cost tablets ($50) have been developed and preloaded with public domain and educational resources content. Started in 2013, this organization is led by Tariq Fancy, who has projected to dispense 30,000… Continue reading 10 Torontonians you should be watching in 2015: The Rumie Initiative

World Vision Canada’s (WVC) Innovation Challenge

Ever felt stuck for new ideas? Consider hosting an Innovation Challenge at work. What is an Innovation Challenge? It is a focused brainstorming session with a selected cross-functional group of staff members and/or external participants who are tasked with coming up with ideas or solutions in response to a problem statement. This team is removed… Continue reading World Vision Canada’s (WVC) Innovation Challenge