Canada’s Hottest Startups Share Early-Stage Advice on Twitter

How does your company respond to rapid changes in mobile technology? Where do you see the Canadian startup landscape going from here?

GoToMeeting Canada asked the hottest startups in the country these questions and more during the #Techvibes20 Group Discussion. Startups from Kelowna, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal and more gathered over Twitter to share practical advice, growth hacks, productivity tools and ways to foster a culture of entrepreneurship in Canada.

The startups were quick to discuss the future of work and mobile trends, some reiterating their “Mobile First” mantra and the importance of staying agile when faced with these constant changes in technology.

From revolutionized robotics to smart bicycles, the Techvibes 20 companies are changing the startup game in Canada with their innovative ideas. Read more of what they had to say below.

The latest Techvibes 20 Group Interview powered by GoToMeeting Canada was the most exciting, informative discussion yet.

We heard from companies StrypeBox, Structur3D Printing, Slyce, Parsel, Kiind, Jobber, Hubdoc and Game Hive — all of whom shared early-stage advice, company mantras, marketing tips and challenges every entrepreneur might face. Techvibes 20 startups from previous editions, including Trulioo, PasswordBox and Sulon Technologies, chimed in to share their latest milestones and funding tips as well.

Key insights included the importance of relationship building and networking for startup growth. Focus and prioritization were said to be continual challenges for some of the startups, but they all agreed: a strong team who understood the company’s vision and culture would help overcome that. Read more of what they had to say below.