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Entrepreneurial Feature: Justin Thouin, Co-Founder and CEO

The Initiative:

We understand that businesses may be impacted by COVID-19 and we want to leverage our online community and support those businesses that have supported our events over the years. We will be featuring companies that offer services to small and medium businesses throughout the pandemic and we hope that you will support them as well!

Advice for Entrepreneurs

“It is more important than ever right now, when times are tough, to prioritize, focus on the things that matter, and execute flawlessly. It is easy to get distracted and flustered and take your eye off the ball in difficult times. However, identifying what really matters to your business and making that happen when other companies may not be firing on all cylinders can allow you to gain market share and come out of the pandemic in a stronger position than ever.”

About Justin

Justin Thouin is the Co-Founder and CEO of, one of the fastest growing companies in North America. He has been an EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award finalist and under his leadership, has ranked in the top 50 on Maclean's/Canadian Business' Growth 500 list of Canada's fastest growing companies for four years in a row, most recently placing 15th in 2019. Justin is a highly sought-after expert in the areas of personal finance and entrepreneurship, frequently featured in the media, and in addition to leading, Justin invests in early-stage startups and mentors aspiring entrepreneurs. As an alumnus of the Smith School of Business at Queen's University, he supports his alma mater through speaking engagements and student competitions where he’s able to connect with Canada’s future business leaders.

About is an online rate comparison site for insurance, mortgages, loans, and credit card rates in Canada. The free, independent service connects consumers directly with financial institutions and providers from all over North America to offer Canadians a comprehensive list of rates.'s mission is to help Canadians become more financially literate, with the near-term goal of saving them $1 billion in interest and fees. You can learn more at:

Catch up with Justin on Social Media

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