BIV on Roundhouse Radio, September 13, 2016: How to make startup employees happy

Traction on Demand CEO Greg Malpass

Today on Business In Vancouver, Traction on Demand CEO and founder Greg Malpass explains the tricks of the trade when it comes to keeping tech startup workers happy after B Lab named his B.C. startup the best for workers for the third consecutive year.

Then, PayPal Canada’s Alexander Peh joins the show to discuss the company’s partnerships with Canadian retailers and e-commerce sites, as well as a new FinTech hub it’s helping to launch here in Vancouver.

Later, ad agency DDB is dipping its toes into Vancouver’s high-tech scene with the launch of a new accelerator program providing marketing and ad services to startups that could otherwise not afford them. In turn, DDB is taking equity in these startups.

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