Dateva is pleased to welcome Michael Cardy (MSc.) as its new Technology Strategy Advisor. Along with substantial experience as a technology and strategy leader in his field, Mr. Cardy has personal experience with the challenges of the current healthcare system after experiencing a medical scare as well as supporting his father through the treatment and […]read more »
We’re excited to introduce our growing team as we continue to make strides in improving the healthcare experience for patients, families and doctors. This team is instrumental in the development and launch of VITALx care platform. Please join us in welcoming the newest members of Dateva: Eugene Medlev, Data Solutions Architect Hamza Khan, Clinical Trials […]read more »
In late October we got the news that Dateva was one of the three companies selected to pitch in front of jury at the AAGEF Ontario Entrepreneur Pitch in November. The event was hosted at the beautiful Glendon Campus at York University. I didn’t win any money, but I’ve learned a lot that evening and […]read more »
Diversity and inclusion were central themes at Elevate Toronto, a conference I attended in September. Before giving his keynote, Razor Suleman, a co-founder of the conference, asked everyone in the audience of around 5,000 to stand if they were immigrants. I stood, as well as more than two-thirds of the audience. Then he asked people […]read more »
A week ago, I attended a Fireside Conference, a three-day conference/retreat for startups, investors, and tech innovators to network, build relationships and enjoy camp experience at Camp Walden near Bancroft, Ontario. Basically, it’s a tech event without any tech. For someone who’s never been to a summer camp as a kid, this was an interesting […]read more »
Elevate Toronto is a 3-day tech festival that celebrates the best of Canadian Innovation with Toronto’s startups, investors and tech innovators. This is a new festival that was created to showcase Toronto’s thriving tech ecosystem while promoting Toronto internationally. Razor Suleman, who co-founded Elevate Toronto Conference, started his keynote speech by highlighting the three core […]read more »
I am really glad that I had a chance to attend Fireside Conference this year, as it’s really different from any other conferences/events that I’ve ever been to. It is held four hours away from Toronto at Camp Walden near Bancroft and aims to connect entrepreneurs and technology people off the grid. I pitched our […]read more »
MedEdge is Richmond Hill’s and York Region’s Life Sciences Business Summit. It takes place every June and gives industry professionals the opportunity to meet with entrepreneurs, investors, government agencies and key partners in Ontario’s health sector. More than 500 people attended the event this year at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts. This […]read more »
Discovery is Canada’s leading innovation-to-commercialization conference hosted by the Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. This year Discovery Conference gathered 3,600 attendees and 541 exhibitors, one of which was ours. It had an all-star panel discussions on technology of the future and an amazing array of keynote speakers – David […]read more »
Wearable health technology for monitoring, reporting and alerting people of any abnormalities in their health are growing in popularity every year. And, as with any new technology, there is also a growing concern if it brings more benefits than harm. One argument I keep seeing debated online, often by healthcare professionals, is if there is […]read more »
We’re delighted to have received the much-needed SmartStart Seed Funding from the Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE). SmartStart is co-funded by the Government of Canada, through the Federal Economic Development Agency. It supports the next generation of technology and innovation-focused entrepreneurs in developing prototype products, sourcing first customers and solving real business needs. Our OCE […]read more »
Quite often we start showing interest in something, when that something affects us personally.
For me, it was my mom’s stroke, that happened in 2009, that made me painfully aware of just how fragmented our current healthcare system is and that patients with chronic…
ventureLAB is a non-profit Regional Innovation Centre, which cultivates, supports and celebrates innovative entrepreneurs. Located in York Region, ventureLAB supports entrepreneurs at all stages, helping them in bringing their innovation to market. We are very excited that ventureLab accepted DATEVA as a client and that Jane Gertner, who is a Vice President of Partnerships and External […]read more »
You can say that for us it all started with a cup of coffee.
Given that we didn’t know much about each other, it was amazing that Shiva actually agreed to meet with me.