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Cutout of collage using Shape Collage software.
Cutout of collage using Shape Collage software.

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Vincent Cheung is the founder of Shape Collage Inc., a software company with a software programs that takes hundreds of your photos and, in seconds, automatically arranges them into a photo collage in any shape. The program is used in more than 200 countries, and it has been downloaded more than a million times.

Mr. Cheung is able to pay himself a full salary with the proceeds. Which may not sound that remarkable. But he's also a full-time PhD student at the University of Toronto, studying computer engineering.

Mr. Cheung has been named the 2010 student entrepreneur Ontario champion and regional champion for Ontario and Quebec by the national charitable organization Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE).

He joined us for a live online discussion to talk about his business, and balancing student life with working life. View an archive in the box below.





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