innovatework Toronto Review

Despite the wet conditions and dense traffic, HR, Talent, and tech enthusiasts came out in their droves last night to hear from top speakers and an awesome panel at the third innovateworkTO summit.

The event included lots of networking and learning for those looking to understand and develop the ways we’ll work in the future.

Jamie Allison, CEO at epitome talks disruption as audience members watch and share on social

The three speakers were Jamie Allison, CEO & Founder, Epitome, Jennifer Bouyoukos, Founder and Lead Consultant, FullStackHR and Ryan Porter, CEO & Founder, Ruutly. Each 10-minute session was high-energy and entertaining.

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Ryan Porters talks about job postings at innovatework Toronto

The panel consisted of Bohdan Zabawskyj, Co-Founder OF Fortay, Roy Pereira, CEO at, Noel Webb, Co-Founder of, Chris McKillop CEO & Co-Founder, Turalt. The moderator, Carolyn Ansley, CEO & Founder of Brand For Benefit, guided the dialogue as we got to the heart of the past, present, and future of AI in the workplace.

The innovateworkTO panel Aug 17, 2017

Bill Banham, Co-Founder of innovateworkTO said “We are very grateful to all the speakers, panelists, sponsors and practitioners who braved the weather and joined us for a fun and informative evening. It is a privilege to work with Rob (Catalano) and the gang at WorkTango and humbling that we’re able to attract such top-level speakers and analysts to share their experiences and advice. The next event, on November 7, promises to be even bigger and better. It will be at MaRS and we’re hoping to see around 300-350 innovators and HR folks come together”.

Rob Catalano, Co-Founder of innovateworkTO and all-around nice guy!

The sponsors included: LeagueZoom.aiRyerson University and WorkingTech


League addressing the audience of HR, Talent and Tech pros at Ryerson

The next innovatework Toronto event is happening at MaRS on November 7. Buy your tickets now to get the early bird rate!



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