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Allen Lau

Allen Lau

Allen Lau is the co-founder and CEO of Wattpad, a global multi-platform entertainment company and the world’s leading social storytelling platform. Allen led the company from its early days to its acquisition for over USD $600 million by South Korean Internet conglomerate Naver. He is the co-founder of Two Small Fish Ventures, a venture capital fund. In 2021, he joined the board of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).  
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Mark MacLeod

Mark MacLeod

Mark MacLeod is a twenty year veteran of the Canadian technology industry serving as CFO of Shopify and numerous other high-growth companies. He was a partner in Real Ventures, Canada's most active early stage venture capital firm. He founded Surepath Capital Partners, a successful investment bank. He now advises and coaches some of the most successful CEOs in the industry.
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Zvelle In Conversation with Raymond Luk

Raymond Luk

Raymond Luk is changing the face of entrepreneurial finance as founder and CEO of Hockeystick. He is a serial entrepreneur having founded Flow Ventures and Year One Labs. He recently published his first book, Pitching a Leap of Faith. Raymond is a passionate supporter of the arts and is Chair of the Toronto Summer Music Festival, an internationally-renowned classical musical festival and training academy.
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Niousha Noor

Niousha Noor

Being on the screen comes naturally to Niousha Noor. The Iranian-American actress and writer grew up visiting her father, the award winning cinematographer Hossein Jafarian, on film sets. Although she didn’t come into acting until later in life, Noor has firmly carved her own path over the years as an emerging star. From starring in an historic boundary-breaking film to finishing her first feature film screenplay, there seems to be nothing standing in her way.
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