Silicon Shore

Silicon Shore is a podcast about the tech startups of Atlantic Canada. Cam Crain and Tim Everett dive deep with founders, investors, and other key startup players to discover what drives them and hear their visions for the future.

Episodes

3. The Hard Thing About Parking (Phillip Curley, HotSpot Parking)

Phillip Curley is the cofounder and CEO of HotSpot Parking. HotSpot makes transportation in cities more convenient, most notably with an app that lets people pay for parking with their smartphones. You can check them out here: HotSpot Parking.

2. For Profits For People (Erin Flood, GoDo)

Erin Flood is the cofounder of GoDo. GoDo is an interaction design company headquartered in Fredericton, NB. You can check them out here: GoDo.

1. When Technical Founders Become CEOs (Scott Everett, Eigen Innovations)

Scott Everett is the cofounder and CEO of Eigen Innovations. Eigen makes software for detecting defects and improving efficiency in factories. They’re headquartered in Fredericton, NB. You can check out Eigen here: eigen.io.

0. Introducing: Silicon Shore

We’re very excited to announce Silicon Shore, a new podcast about the startups of Atlantic Canada. On Silicon Shore, Sapien cofounders Cam Crain and Tim Everett interview founders, investors, and other key startup players, diving deep on what drives them and their visions for the future.

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