The Return Of Heavyweight Entrepreneurs, Part II

Vince Kadar has earned his start-up stripes through just about every stage of the high tech boom, starting with Ottawa’s Crosskeys in the late 1990s, then on to Saraide/Infospace and Taral Networks (now Airwide Solutions). These days he can be found at the helm of Ottawa’s Telepin Software, a thriving mobile financial platform. In January, Telepin was named one of Red Herring’s Top 100 Global companies, and has continued to build momentum off the VC buzz grid. 

Another example of the growing group of those entrepreneurs who, after one or two highly successful rounds, have re-entered the start-up scene in Canada.