GROW conference kickoff party draws Vancouver's brightest entrepreneurs

Despite the rain and muggy temperature, last night’s official GROW conference kickoff party was a big hit. Various startups took over four Gastown venues to host their own “house party” with Canadian regional themes: Vancouver House (Brooklyn Lounge), Vancouver Island House (Lost & Found), Ontario House (Portside) and Atlantic House (Diamond). Party-hoppers collected stamps from each house for a chance to win a Parrot AR Quadricopter

 

L-R: Andrew McCann of deviantART, Sharon Burka with husband Daniel Burka of Google Ventures.


L-R: Pete Davis, Lisa Moreno and Scott Kveton of Urban Airship


L-R: Michael Nussnacher of Epilogger, Michelle Dunlea and Aswin Kumar of Strutta


L-R: Sean Kennedy of Pitch'n, Amaan Nathoo and Aleem Nathwani of Instapitch, and Rob Goehring of Contigo


L-R: Min Soo Kim of Deloitte, Bob Shore of Market News, Christina Greenway of Adjoy Ventures, and Andrew Kumar of Yellow Hat Media.


L-R: Jose Barrios of Cognilab and Jerome Ng of VenueSpot.


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