My buddies and I are constantly in the pursuit of the “perfect burger.” So much so that I once sent my friend $20, using a Canadian e-transfer money service, and a message telling her to visit the restaurant and taste it for herself. That experience sparked an idea – what if I could send her …
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In 2009, I ran the world’s toughest marathon in Sahara Desert to fundraise for a charity. I raised $122k and I wanted the money to go towards reconstructive facial surgeries for children. Long story short, after the marathon, the funds could not be traced – no one seems to be able to find out whether …
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There are more than 35 million citizens in México City, Bogotá or Santiago, yet there is no single app or website to use to find destinations. There’s no one stop shop to learn about local merchants, scout discounts, find events or venues, or simply be in the know about public transport or services. This is …
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They call me the Receipts Guy. I’ve been championing digital receipts since 2010, spurred by own contempt for paper receipts. They clutter your wallet when you don’t need them, and get lost or fade unintelligibly when you do need them. They’re such a hassle that people willingly take tax hits to avoid managing them altogether. …
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Gender diversity is good for business. Not only is cultivating a diverse leadership team the right thing to do, but companies with a blend of women and men in positons of power have a proven track record of success. A report from Innotribe on women in FinTech provides an eye-opening look at the positive effects of …
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