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A Blurred Police Car In The Background Behind Yellow Crime Scene Tape.  (John Roman)

A Blurred Police Car In The Background Behind Yellow Crime Scene Tape.

 

(John Roman)

How I Started

Mobile software helps police collect evidence from crime scenes Add to ...

Whether it was outlined on the back of a paper napkin, it was financed by your sister’s mother-in-law’s next-door neighbour, or it was a desperation move after you were laid off by a corporation, we want to hear about how your small or medium-sized business got its start.

Alex Kottoor is the co-founder and CEO of Siamese Systems, a Milton, Ont-based company whose mobile software platform can make investigations of crime scenes or environmental accidents more efficient.

If you’re an entrepreneur and you’d like to contribute to the series, please fill out the following submission form here. For added inspiration, check out our YouTube channel featuring small business owners across the country.

If you’re chosen to participate, be prepared to shoot and send us a two-minute video of yourself telling your start-up story. We’re not looking for anything fancy. A smart phone camera will do.

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