View video In this episode, Bridgit’s COO and Co-Founder – Lauren Lake – goes into detail about the steps that Bridgit took in order to find a gap and identify the challenges within construction workforce management, and how they turned their research into an incredible product used by over 150 general contractors across North America.
Listen now The Construction Record Podcast is covering ConExpo, North America’s biggest construction conference from March 10 to March 14. Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce national managing editor Vince Versace and digital media editor Warren Frey are your boots on the ground for news and networking at the intersection of building, labour, soft
View article From bringing tech solutions to the construction industry to creating compostable phone cases, these businesses are selling fresh ideas.
View article When Mallorie Brodie describes the process of preparing for a pitch, I can tell I’m talking to an expert. Bridgit Solutions, the company she and her co-founder, Lauren Lake, started has raised over $9 million in capital to date, even though she initially didn’t expect to receive any angel investment when she first
View article I recently sat on a panel at the SaaSNorth conference in Ottawa. Sharing the stage with great Canadian tech leaders like Mallorie Brodie from Bridgit and Ralf Dagher from VEEM got me thinking about my transition from Product leader to the role of CEO. One of the themes the panel covered was about
View article Each having grown up in the construction industry, Mallorie Brodie and Lauren Lake saw an opportunity to continue the family tradition — but with a revolutionary approach. Their venture, Bridgit, makes construction less complicated by bringing modern workforce management and resource planning solutions to the construction industry. Since launching, Mallorie and Lauren have
View article The most interesting entrepreneurs all have one thing in common: vision. The founders, CEOs, scientists and senior leaders who made this year’s list represent some of the country’s most brilliant minds. And they are creating innovative products and services that are changing the way we live, learn, move, save and even sleep —
View article Working in the real world brings real challenges. Whether it’s construction, contracting, real estate—you name it—keeping track of people, assets and vehicles is enough to drive management up the wall. Luckily, Canadian startups are offering concrete digital solutions that help fortify the foundation of any good business.