Here, in no particular order, are my picks for the top tech accelerators in Toronto.
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Colt, who's a lifelong Torontonian, decided to use his marketing skills to find his ideal marketing job. He recently completed a yearlong contract with the San Francisco-based accounting company Xero and was planning his next career move.
From 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. on October 29, Startup Open House is giving anyone who registers access to a slew of businesses. While you'll undoubtedly be privy to some cool workspaces (DMZ and MaRS alone are pretty slick), you'll also get to meet the people behind notable and growing companies including Hurrier, Ritual and Shopify.
It'll launch its Ignite Gigabit program in Toronto later this year, as well as in outlying areas including Vaughan, Markham, Richmond Hill, Ajax and Pickering. By 2016, it hopes to connect four million customers to its super fast network.