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Managing Video chat: How to turn 'an interesting idea' into a thriving business

The Risk Takers series looks at how a few of Canada's creative minds fearlessly went their own way.

InteraXon's Ariel Garten made a bet that existing EEG technology could be used for a sleek consumer device that has a myriad potential applications, from turning on lights to mental health. Read more about her work here.

On Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 1 p.m. (ET), we will hold a live video chat with Ms. Garten. To view the Hangout, click on the YouTube box which will appear below.

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