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Harvest Builders launches two new fintech companies; plans move into downtown core

Harvest Builders launches two new fintech companies; plans move into downtown core
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Harvest Builders, the Calgary-based venture studio created by Skip the Dishes co-founder Chris Simair, is adding two new fintech companies to its portfolio and has plans to expand into the downtown core.

Harvest, which was launched in late 2019 and aims to foster companies with “disruption potential”, is already a backer of Neo Financial. That fintech company specializes in user-friendly banking technology and products and . From its office space in the East Village, Neo Financial has grown from 70 employees six months ago to 250 employees today and is actively hiring approximately 20 people per week.
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