If you are an entrepreneur in Toronto, you are probably familiar with the various coffee shops, co-working spaces and wi-fi zones available to you as pseudo-offices. You might even have a pattern of Foursquare check-ins that run like clockwork throughout the week.
Sometimes you just have to eat it.
That was the conclusion early on when the Jet Cooper team discussed how best to tell the story of what the heck they do for the people they work with.
A little over a month ago, I jumped a plane to Toronto after having been away for quite some time. It was significant for me – I was convinced I wouldn’t see this city for a long time to come. In fact, I was window shopping the world for someplace else to call home. The world is a big place, I figured – who wouldn’t want to explore the likes of Valparaiso, Ho Chi Minh, or Istanbul? How can you know, definitively, where you were meant to make hay?
A couple weeks back, Jet Cooper hosted Year One Labs office hours here at the studio.
The folks that attended got to hear Alistair talk about the future of content ownership, Ben talk truth, and Ian reflect on co-working. Ray, the Founder of Flow Ventures, a Montreal-based accelerator, gave the rationale behind Year One’s existence.
And for now, that'll have to do.
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