startup open house

See inside the offices of Toronto's hottest startups

What goes on inside tech startup offices, really? Google, Facebook, and that fourth season of Arrested Development nobody fully comprehended has given us mental images of warehouse offices and leisurely business meetings held on the company mini-putt course. Mostly, from what I gather, startup life really consists of an office full of people under the age of 40 typing and drinking a lot of coffee. (Like, a lot of coffee.)

If you're keen to check out the glamour of the tech world for yourself, a new event is about to fling the doors of dozens of Toronto companies wide open. As part of Startup Open House on October 30, companies like Shopify, Bitmaker Labs, Hurrier, Tilt, Indiegogo Canada, and Nymi (along with a host of others) will welcome visitors into their offices.

Depending on who you visit, they may hold tours, field questions, and maybe - just maybe - do a little recruiting. Over 1000 people are set to take part in the free event - sign up here to reserve a spot.

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