Intuit Prosperity DemoDay featuring Scott Cook, Co-Founder of Intuit

Collaboration between corporations, investors, and the startup ecosystem will be critical to the future of Canada’s economic recovery.

Join us on March 2nd for the first-ever Intuit Prosperity Accelerator Demo Day event, hosted in partnership with Intuit and TechTO. Together, we’ll take a deep dive into the process of innovating through the uncertainty, highlighting solutions positioned to help solve pressing financial challenges Canadian small businesses and consumers will face in the wake of COVID-19.

We are thrilled to host Scott Cook, co-founder of Intuit, for a fireside chat with David Marquis, Country Manager of Intuit Canada, and look forward to the demos from the inaugural cohort of eight startups.

About the Intuit Prosperity Accelerator

The Intuit Prosperity Accelerator is a partnership between Intuit Canada and Highline Beta, where a cohort of global seed-stage tech startups will help solve specific pressing financial prosperity challenges that Canadian consumers, self-employed and small businesses will be facing in the wake of COVID-19.

Learn more about the program here, read about the eight startups that joined the inaugural cohort and about the Intuit Prosperity Accelerator kick-off week, and learn about how the program aims to help small businesses and consumers in the wake of COVID-19.

“We’re moving with purpose and solving a great problem, and we’re working with great startups. It’s exciting.”

David Marquis, Country Manager at Intuit Canada

“In times like these, there’s no shortage of challenges,” said David Marquis, Country Manager at Intuit Canada. “I think that the more we can scale and leverage technology, the better we’ll be as businesses, communities, and  – ultimately – countries. By moving forward together in a focused way, we can help solve specific problems related to future financial health of consumers and small businesses in Canada, and by extension globally. We’re moving with purpose and solving a great problem, and we’re working with great startups. It’s exciting.”