Financial literacy and personal finance are topics that are widely covered today. Blogs, magazines, and books are quick to offer tips, tricks and lessons to improve your finances. Philip Barrar, however, realized that what Canadians really need is a tangible solution. He conceptualized Mylo, an app that rounds up your everyday purchases and invests the difference. He embarked on the long journey to build the app which included plenty of venture backing, getting around regulations, and even an appearance on Dragon’s Den.
In the Montreal Startup podcast, Mark Yeramian goes one-on-one with Montreal startup founders, CEOs, and VCs. Inspiring stories and captivating journeys are captured in this show dedicated to entrepreneurs in the city of Montreal.