startup open house toronto

See inside the offices of Toronto's 100 hottest startups

What goes on behind the scenes at Toronto startups and tech companies? While it may not look anything like Silicon in real life, we don't often get the chance to peek behind the curtain and see the inner workings of our city's most innovative and well-known tech-related companies.

But that'll all change this Thursday when Startup Open House returns for its third Toronto edition on Thursday, September 22.

The event is free, but you still have to grab a ticket to attend. Once you register, you can visit 100s of startups (and a few bigger organizations), including Uber/UberEATS, Ritual, Wealthsimple, #paid, Shopify and BrainStation.

Startup Open House runs from 3 to 8 p.m., and there's an after-party at OneEleven (111 Richmond St. W.) when the event wraps up - you'll need to grab a ticket ($10) to get in.

And while you can simply tour your favourite startup on Thursday, you can also come armed with business cards and resumes if you're looking to network.

Photo of BrainStation by Hector Vasquez.


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