Work at CSI for the day with our new Lounge Pass!

Did you miss it? SoshentLIVE Recap, Pictures, Tweets

For nearly a year, has been matching entrepreneurs and innovators to the programs, opportunities and funding they need to accelerate their success! On Tuesday, we brought this website to life, hosting SoshentLIVE! at 192 Spadina.

It’s not always easy to take something from online to IRL, but we’re thrilled with how it went. Seminars were given, services were shared and connections were made

We hope you’ll stay connected! If you haven’t already, take a moment to register for Soshent and start connecting with opportunities that could accelerate your success and amplify your impact. If you’re already registered, check back now and often to find the latest opportunities matched with you!

Thank you so much for being a part of our energetic event! We hope to see you again soon.

p.s. The tweets in this post are just a tiny sampling of all the thoughts and pictures shared on the #SoshentLIVE hashtap. Browse through more of them, maybe you’ll see yourself!)

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