Toronto Entrepreneurs

Toronto Entrepreneurs "A friendly group of people with lots of ambitions"

The modern day startup doesn't need a lot of money. Rather, the key ingredient is the energy of like-minded people with various talents. This group is for those of us dreamers with big ideas, who have actually done something about our dreams, and ready for others to help make our dreams come true.

This group is about a combination of talented people, with the ability to build the next big thing on the Web, the size of Facebook or Wikipedia. The group will have technical, marketing, and content contributors, focused on a few sites at a time, with specific goals in mind. Big Dreams need not be restricted to Silicon Valley. With the talent and diversity of Torontonians, lets prove that we can build startups, and make something big.

Who do we have amongst us? - Entrepreneurs - Programmers - Designers - Mentors - Investors - Financial Analysts And LOTS OF AMBITION!!!

We will have regular meetings held at 2 to 3 weeks intervals in GTA. We actively look for startup and established business to present their product or service to our group. If you are interested to talk at one of our events please send details to the organizers.

Currently we are also looking for organizers to join our team. We have a "Talent Fair" and an "Ideas Event" in the planning stage. We welcome new organizers for mentioned events.

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