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More than 100 Toronto startups are opening their doors for free tours

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Eric Wainwright Sep 19, 2016 6:38 am

The third annual Startup Open House is taking place this Thursday, September 22.

If you’re unfamiliar with the initiative, it’s a chance to step inside more than 100 Toronto tech startups to see what they look like, how they work, and – possibly – if you can find a way to end up working there yourself.

From 3 pm to 8 pm, companies including Uber, Shopify, Wealthsimple, Nudge, RED Academy, and many, many more will open their doors to let you inside and show you how they’re doing things that separate them from the competition.

Of course, it wouldn’t hurt to bring your resume. Seriously. These tech startups are looking for “job seekers, investors, and curious neighbours.”

The best part? It’s free.

Car2Go is also offering a free membership that comes complete with 30 free minutes attached so you can scurry from place to place without having to spend anything more substantial than your curiosity.

There’s even an after-party.

This is basically the networking opportunity of your dreams. So bring your business cards, your insight, and your elevator pitch. Oh, and don’t f*ck it up.

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Eric Wainwright
Eric is the Toronto City Editor for Daily Hive and previously the Editor-in-Chief at Notable.ca. He is highly educated. He knows words. He has the best words.

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