Incubes Takes Five Toronto Tech-startups On Mayor John Tory’s First Mission Outside Of Canada
INcubes has created the opportunity for five Toronto based tech-startups to join the Mayor on his first mission outside of Canada. The companies are Nymi (https://www.nymi.com/)
INcubes, along with London & Partners (http://www.londonandpartners.com)
The Mayor and Ben Zlotnick will be joined by fellow councilor Michael Thompson, chair of Toronto’s economic development committee, Michael Williams, and president and CEO of Toronto Financial Services Alliance, Janet Ecker.
“London is a global financial powerhouse regarded by many as the cross of the world, and with this business mission I hope to broaden existing business relationships and facilitate new investment opportunities,”
“We are honoured to be working with the Mayor and his office on his first mission to not only promote Toronto’s financial technology cluster but also to learn from the success of our counterparts in the UK,” said Ben Zlotnick.
INcubes has been a champion of the developing FinTech sector in Toronto since 2012. Toronto is a natural hub for the commercialization of financial technologies and INcubes is proud to be a key partner in establishing the bridge between these two clusters.
INcubes is a Toronto-based accelerator that teams up with emerging entrepreneurs and talented startup teams to create solid businesses with innovative products and ideas. With its two flagship programs, the Funnel Program and the Acceleration Program, INcubes connects with the most forward-thinking entrepreneurs with the goal of turning their game-changing technologies into international success stories
INcubes, Ben Zlotnick