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- CEO of Pycap, a venture capital firm with 10 portfolio companies
- CFO/Co-founder of ChargerQuest, a leading electric vehicle infrastructure company
- Investment Committee Member of an ON Gov’t backed Fund with $350M in AUM
- Instructor for MBA, MFIN and BBA Courses at Canada's top ranking business schools (Schulich/YorkU and UofT)
- Featured Media: BloombergTV, BNN, Techvibes, Financial Post, Globe & Mail, Toronto Star, CVCA Magazine, ITBusiness.ca, CVCA Newsletter
Pycap is a Venture Capital firm with a Canadian Federal Government registered Startup Visa Designated Incubator. Pycap provides financing and value creating solutions for early stage companies, administrative, investment and management services for venture capital and private equity investment vehicles, and educational courses for universities, incubators, events and conferences.
Presenter/s: Catherine Sas KC (Moderator), Stuart Browne, and Stephen Green
Date: 23 November 2022
Time: noon - 2:00 pm Pacific
Type: webinar and recording
1.3 Interprets Canadian immigration and refugee legislation, regulations and policies.
1.3.1 Interprets the relevant sections of the IRPA and IRPR, Citizenship Act and Citizenship Regulations.
3.2 Determines and locates current and reliable information and applicable law or policies that address the objectives of the research.
3.2.5 Locates the relevant leading cases that are binding and present similar issues and facts to the client's situation
6.1 Demonstrates and maintains competence in practice
6.1.2 Stays current and complies with legislation, regulation, professional standards, policies and guidelines.
Catherine Sas KC
Sas and Ing Immigration - Owner and Founder
Catherine has been providing a full range of immigration legal services for over 25 years and is recognized as a leading immigration practitioner by Lexpert and Best Lawyers in Canada. Catherine has been voted Best Immigration Lawyer in the Georgia Straight’s “Best of Vancouver” for many years.
Catherine is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, American Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyers Association, and International Bar Association. Catherine is the past National Chair of the Immigration Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association and is presently the Co-Vice Chair of the Immigration and Citizenship Committee of the International Bar Association. She is also registered as a Foreign Legal Consultant with the State Bar of California which enables her to better serve her American clientele in the film and television and digital media industries.
Catherine has been part of Team Canada and Team British Columbia trade missions to countries such as Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, China, Hong Kong, and the United States. She has participated in Continuing Legal Education seminars, appeared in parliamentary committees on immigration issues, and spoken at international conferences and symposiums. Catherine has worked extensively with clientele from around the world and travels frequently internationally to assist her clients with their Canadian immigration goals.
CEO of Pycap, a venture capital firm and incubator registered with the Canadian Federal Government as a Designated Organization for the Startup Visa Program.
CFO of ChargerQuest, Canada's leading EV infrastructure company.
Adjunct Professor at the Schulich School of Business, MBA and Master of Finance Programs.
Investment Committee Member of an Ontario Government backed fund with over $350M in Assets Under Management.
Stephen Green LLB
Stephen Green is one of the two Senior Partners at Green and Spiegel and is Certified as a Specialist in Immigration Law by The Law Society of Ontario. Stephen has been practicing immigration law for 30 years and has extensive experience in all areas of Canadian immigration. Stephen has been identified for many years as a leading practitioner in immigration law. Stephen is considered a subject matter expert in the field, frequently asked to speak as a panelist, moderator and lecturer. Stephen has held numerous prestigious positions in the immigration industry during his career.
Stephen’s expertise includes all areas of Canadian immigration law, specializing in corporate employee transfers, federal skilled worker applications, investor applications, work permits, and the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. Stephen also leads the Investment and Entrepreneur Department at the firm, which assists experienced business people and high net worth individuals to invest in Canada to obtain Permanent Residence. Stephen also has particular expertise in CUSMA confirmation exemptions, work permit approvals for strategic, expert and key professional employees and high level executives.
Stephen’s clients range from the largest multinational corporations in the world to many start-up and entrepreneurial clients crossing all industries: IT, telecommunications, hospitality, transportation and consulting to name just a few. Stephen travels around the globe to speak to various business organizations and clients regarding Canadian immigration.
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Pycap presents 'Using Data for Venture Growth and Impact' at the Canadian Open Data Summit in Whitehorse, Yukon
On Nov. 8, 2022 Pycap CEO Stuart Browne conducted a presentation to the Open Data Summit in Whitehorse, Yukon. Stuart's presentation highlighted the importance and use of data access and analysis when making financial management decisions related to venture growth and investment.
The Canadian Open Data Summit (CODS), now evolving into the Canadian Open Data Society has been the annual event where the most pressing challenges facing the open data community are addressed on a national stage. Advocates from all sectors have come together to share best practices and local experiences, learn from top international experts, and grow the community strategically and collaboratively.
CODS is one of a suite of strong open data events and organizations across Canada, all of which demonstrate that the Canadian Open community has been rapidly gaining momentum over the past year. Overlapping circles of passionate citizens across Canada meet regularly to create partnerships, among them advancing two exciting near-term deliverables:
the Open Hub, a web portal/clearinghouse for Open information in Canada, now in alpha, soon to be at http://ouropenhub.ca ; and
a non-profit member-based entity to steer future CODS.
In addition, GO Open Data (the Ontario Open Data annual summit) is in its seventh year, there are efforts to federate open portals such as that in Niagara, and in May Canada hosted the Global Summit of the Open Government Partnership and many sister events. These are exciting times for the open movement.
CODS has been and remains a grassroots, community-led event. It began in 2013 in British Columbia. The volunteer national organizing committee decided in 2019 to incorporate and co-found the Canadian Open Data Society.
On November 2, 2022, Pycap was featured at the Canada Chapter of 2022 Shenzhen Global Investment Promotion Conference with a Keynote Speech provided by Pycap CEO Stuart Browne.
During his speech, Stuart discussed opportunities with Canada and Shenzhen with specific mention of the Startup Visa Program in providing an opportunity for Chinese entrepreneurs to immigrate to Canada as well as his rich experience in presenting Pycap's portfolio tech companies at investor roadshows in Shenzhen and other parts of China.
At the event, Stuart was also joined by Mr. Godwin Chan, York Regional Councillor/Deputy Mayor of City of Richmond Hill and Mr. Michael Chan, York Regional Councillor/Deputy Mayor of City of Markham who gave speeches about the benefits of their respective towns.
The Canada Chapter of 2022 Shenzhen Global Investment Promotion Conference was co-organized by SCI Innovation Centre and the North American Representative Office of Shenzhen.
The Canada Chapter states that Shenzhen, as an important trade and gateway to China, attaches great importance to economic, trade and technology cooperation with Canada and has decided to establish an economic and trade liaison office in Canada based on existing SCi Innovation platform to strengthen cooperation with Shenzhen and Canada.
This event launched the Shenzhen Economic and Trade Office (Toronto) in Canada and provided an opportunity for attendees to build connections with business partners, manufacturers and
investor in Shenzhen.
Canada Chapter of 2022 Shenzhen Global Investment Promotion Conference is an annual conference and networking event, which promotes the City of Shenzhen and give Canadian companies with an international perspective the opportunity to share their success stories to the local Canadian audience and the relevant Shenzhen media.