Entrepreneurs are always popping up all over the world, as it is in the human nature to want to explore and try new opportunities. There are so many things that people can offer others in the form of services or products. Canada is no exception, boasting many new entrepreneurs every year all with something to offer the world. However, with so many entrepreneurs coming out every year, it can often be overwhelming to see which ones you want to keep an eye on or which ones have potential.
Here are 5 Canadian entrepreneurs you should look out for:
- Jamil Abiad
Based in Ottawa, Jamil Abiad offers basketball training to sports teams and young athletes looking to go competitive and/or professional. He has received several awards for his own sports achievements and has played professionally overseas. He is now looking to share his skills with others in the form of coaching using his training methods.
- Eva Wong
Eva Wong is an entrepreneur who started Borrowell, a financial technology company that helps people to make the right decisions when it comes to credit and finances. It introduces a ‘credit coach’ to help users to make these decisions and Borrowell is the first organization in Canada to allow credit scores for no charge. Eva Wong is worth a look.
- Stephanie Ciccarelli
Stephanie Ciccarelli established the well-known company Voices based in Ontario, which helps to empower women through writing, speech and song, and has done so for over 20 years. It is the largest marketplace for voice actors online and the company continues to boom to this day.
- Jodie Morgan
Jodie Morgan established Green Mantra after finding out that only 9% of plastics are reused. Her company aims to reshape plastics into useful materials, and she has become a trailblazer in the reusable plastic market as a result. With the issue of plastics becoming more pressing, her work is contributing to society in a great way.
- Jason Flick
Jason Flick is the CEO of You.i TV, which aims to connect user’s devices together with a single code. This includes phones, TVs, gaming consoles, tablets and so on. He wants to connect these to streaming services in order for media to be accessible on anything and anywhere. He is connected with various big name partners in the industry such as Warner Media, National Geographic and he will continue to connect to further names such as Sky TV and ViacomCBS.
These are 5 Canadian entrepreneurs you should be looking out for, as they are already making their mark on the nation and the world. You can expect to see these names more often in the future.