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Nov 15, 2011 - 2 minute read - Comments - business news

Fuel Awards Given to Canada’s Top Young Entrepreneurs

The Fuel Awards, a competition meant to inspire entrepreneurship and recognize top entrepreneurs under 30, has announced its winners.

Arash Afrooze, 27 - - Vancouver

HiretheWorld helps businesses hire, manage and pay online workers

Kenshi Arasaki, 28 - A Thinking Ape - Vancouver

A Thinking Ape is a mobile development company that makes applications for smart phones.

Ray Cao, 25 - Loose Button - Toronto

A subscription service that allows members to try beauty products in the comfort of their own home before buying them full-sized.

John Carbrey, 29, - Intrafinity - Toronto

An innovative design and software company providing practical solutions for today’s medium and large-sized organizations.

Lauren Friese, 28 - TalentEgg - Toronto

TalentEgg is Canada’s career hub for students and new graduates that are looking for meaningful student jobs, entry level jobs, summer jobs and internships, and co-op job opportunities.

Dave Hale, 23, - Soshal Group - Ottawa

An agency focused on social intelligence, strategy and media.

Alexander Levy, 24 - MyVoice - Toronto

An application for mobile phones that help people with speech and language issues.

Simon Rouillier, 28, NVI - Montreal

A web design and interactive strategy company.

Josh Sookman, 28, - Guardly - Toronto

A mobile safety service that connects you to family and friends or the police with one tap of an on screen panic button.

Kyle Vucko, 26, - Indochino - Vancouver

An online menswear store that sells custom made suits.

Edward Yao, 24, - - Toronto

A group buying discount site.

Congratulations to all the winners. I encourage you to click through on the links to their individual websites. There are some really cool businesses in this list.

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