In this Facebook Live, Steph visits our friends at Jobber to chat with Dana Marsh all about BizOps. Dana shares how she supports many teams at Jobber by helping them solve problems through data analysis, insights, and visualizations.
A software as a service (SaaS) business, Drivewyze uses location-based technology to communicate with participating weigh stations and inspection sites, asking if a truck can bypass. The chances of getting a bypass are determined by the carrier's safety score
This past weekend many of our members and team are on the hill at Folk Fest and taking in the celebrations at the Cariwest Festival. Edmonton in the summer is a fantastic example of all the kinds of communities that rally together to build, create, and grow together. We're excited to continue on the festival excitement as we plan for Edmonton Startup Week and Launch Party 10 in October.
Catch up on some of the ways you can make the most of your summer at Startup Edmonton!
Edmonton is at an exciting point in time to foster a swell of tech startups, and Startup Edmonton plays a key role in this endeavor. The Program Facilitators will support and coach founders as they learn and go through the Startup Edmonton programs. These roles are full-time 12-month terms and would report directly to the Startup Edmonton Lead Program Manager.
Operating in a fast-past environment, these Program Facilitators are crucial leaders and drivers of growth who will help build awareness about how Startup Edmonton supports entrepreneurs, facilitate workshops, and provide additional resource options.
We are looking for two passionate people who are excited about building the startup community and helping entrepreneurs find success.
Last month, I shared three ways you could help build our startup community. All I can say is - wow! In May, we saw our busiest Hack Day of the year; you shared the stories of incredible Edmonton startup companies and cheered them at Collision, North America's fastest growing tech conference; welcomed more than 20 new student entrepreneurs to the Student Summer Program; and helped us find a great new team member.
Thank you for the vital role you play in building our startup community and encouraging even more people to connect.
Do you have a passion for entrepreneurship and seeing companies grow in Edmonton? Are you interested in being part of diversifying the Edmonton economy?
Edmonton is at an exciting point in time to foster a swell of tech startups, and Startup Edmonton plays a key role in this endeavour. The Strategic Program Manager will identify and develop strategies focused on the expansion of Startup Edmonton programs. This role will report to and work directly with the CEO of Startup Edmonton.
Operating in a fast-past environment, this individual will lead the team in the growth of programming through partnerships, curriculum development and increased program awareness. This capable professional will mentor and coach team members while being strategically focused on evolving and developing programming that maintains relevance and impact.