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iCompass recognized at TechExit.io for finding its way to a successful exit
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iCompass recognized at TechExit.io for finding its way to a successful exit

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Gregory Smith
Co-Founder / Advisor
Greg Smith and Paulin Laberge
Greg Smith and Paulin Laberge

Starting a company is hard, scaling a company is harder, and exiting a company successfully is harder still.

 

Paulin Laberge, founder of iCompass, did just that. Kamloops-based iCompass exited last year. All company and investor stakeholders were delighted with the terms of the exit—an achievement in and of itself.

Last week at TechExit.io, I had the pleasure of recognizing Paulin and team for their successful exit by presenting them with a prestigious TechExit.io award.

Paulin and team were a joy to work with. They had a vision and we believed in them and provided the capital to help them execute on that vision. Overall, iCompass generated a 41% annualized return for TIMIA. For iCompass stakeholders, it did even better!

Congrats to Paulin and team for their awesome achievement.

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Gregory Smith
Co-Founder / Advisor

Greg joined TIMIA as the CIO in September 2015. He has been on both sides of the table as an entrepreneur and investor. Previous to TIMIA, he was a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Espresso Capital, an early leader in debt and revenue financing for the tech sector, for 6 years. Prior to Espresso, Greg worked for the Business Development Bank of Canada’s (“BDC”) Technology Seed Investment Group. Before BDC, Greg founded and bootstrapped for seven years, his own start-up which he successfully exited in March 2000.

Greg has a Bachelor of Applied Science from the University of BC.