Top 27 Hottest Toronto Startups Featuring DirtMarket and Payd


Toronto has became one of the top destinations in the world to build a startup. It is a diverse, peaceful, and stable place to start a startup. Many tech giants have their head quarters in Toronto such as Google, Facebook, and Linkedin. Netflix is also coming to Toronto soon. In this post, we bring you some of the hottest up coming Toronto Startups. They have serious traction and are building companies with great impact.

Toronto Startups Dirtmarket

From the right to left: Emma Kirwin (co-founder) and Asad Jalib (co-founder)

DirtMarket is solving Ontario’s soil crisis by providing earthmovers, construction teams, land developers, and municipalities with digital tools to make soil reuse more accessible and cost-effective. The team at DirtMarket strives to reduce the CO2 emissions spent on soil movement and to save their members thousands of dollars by connecting nearby construction projects that can recycle one another’s excess soil, rather than sending it to landfills………

Toronto Startups Payd

Jonathan Hillis is the Founder & CEO at Payd.

What is the amount of student debt in North America? $1,827,186,122,212 is the total amount of student debt in North America. Payd is Canada’s first financial app dedicated to saving and paying for post-secondary education. The app has been developed to help students, families and employees save and pay for their school debt without changing their natural spending habits. It’s basically savings on autopilot.

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