November 20, 2018 / Source: GTAN

On Tuesday, November 20th, GTAN members, entrepreneurs and special guests, including students and professors from The Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business and The Lazaridis School of Business and Economics, gathered at Bingemans for the November Investor Meeting.

Attendees heard pitches from three promising companies: Staffy, Massively and Fable Tech Labs.

The first pitch of the night came from Peter Faist, Founder of Staffy. Staffy provides temporary on-demand staff within 90 minutes, allowing companies to hire for restaurants, events, catering, staff augmentation or sick-fills with the click of a few buttons. Staffy solves the high turnover problem the hospitality industry currently faces.

For the second pitch of the night, attendees heard from Russ Ward, CEO and Co-Founder of Massively. Massively’s AI powered chatbots enable one-to-one conversations at scale; they start smart and become smarter. They engage, recommend, play and deliver services seamlessly to a real person when required.


The third and final pitch of the evening came from Alwar Pillai and Abid Virani, Co-Founders of Fable Tech Labs. A growing number of customers live with disabilities. Fable’s user testing platform connects people with disabilities to companies with digital products looking to build accessible experiences. Fable practices inclusive design every step of the way.

Save the date! Our next investment meeting will be held at Bingemans on December 18, 2018. Interested in becoming a GTAN Angel? We’re always looking for new members. Contact us to learn more!