Like many successful entrepreneurs, journalism grad Cat Kelly’s start-up company was created in response to a need.

“My grandparents don’t have internet and they live seven hours away. We’re not able to go help them when they need snow shovelling on a weekend or someone to do laundry,” said Kelly, who helped found Win-Win Homesharing. “So, I thought there must be some way that we can help them get connected to younger people.”

Kelly’s start-up was the only Canadian company accepted into the 2020 cohort by Hacylon, a nonprofit organization that funds socially minded start up companies.

Read her story. 

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 in ,
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