The AWS Start-Up Tour comes to Toronto

Amazon’s Web Services Start-Up Tour will be stopping in Toronto this month for a half-day meet, greet and learn event. Idée’s CTO Paul Bloore and CEO Leila Boujnane have been tapped to present to entrepreneurs and developers interested in learning more about how local startups have been innovating on the AWS platform.

From Amazon:

What does every tech start-up need, besides a great idea?  The ability to scale their business and their infrastructure — on demand.  Amazon Web Services provides entrepreneurs access to Amazon’s robust infrastructure and technological resources via services such as Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3.

Amazon Web Services is holding several half-day events, in start-up “hot spots” around the country. Come learn how Amazon Web Services empowers entrepreneurship, innovation and sustainable growth.

The AWS Start-Up Tour is a great opportunity for founders and leaders of start-up/early-stage companies and VCs to find out more about Amazon Web Services through the real-world experiences of others who have developed unique and creative ideas that incorporate the AWS platform (like our recently released image search engine, TinEye).

The event will be held on September 15th from 2-5pm and ends with a cocktail/networking reception from 5-7pm.

Involved with or thinking about a project that might benefit from the AWS offerings? This event might be for you. Learn more or RSVP.  Don’t forget to say hello to our CEO and CTO while you’re there!

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