Join us for a fireside chat with Toronto-based entrepreneur and director David Chan.
David Chan is the founder and director of Fidelity Format, which was founded 2 years ago and has produced over 25 videos for startups and even corporations. David oversees their clientele relations, wrangles talent, and assists in production and editing.
The team's most recent production was a documentary called Day Job Doc - a film that follows the gruelling process of three start-up companies in Toronto’s Extreme Startups Accelerator. The film explores the real life stories of these entrepreneurs as they build their idea into a startup company – each facing their own set of unique challenges over the intense 12-week program.
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