CEO.CA is a blog about Canadian finance and venture capital. We are working to become the most read Web site and newsletter for the opinions of Canada’s best CEOs and CIOs exploring global opportunities.
Our editors, Tommy Humphreys and Travis McPherson, also provide consulting services to companies in the financial, technology, media and natural resources sectors.
We provide Executive Search and Recruitment, Marketing, Web Design and Development, Video, Media Buying, and Public Relations services. We also invest in many of the companies we do business with.
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Tommy and Trav
“Amazing interviews. I share them with everyone.” Nolan Watson, CEO, Sandstorm Gold
“This may be the best interview I’ve ever done. At least short of the one with Phil Donohoe in 1980.” Doug Casey, Chairman, Casey Research
“Very cool site. Keep it up.” Vijay Parmar, President, RBC PH&N Investment Council
“Tommy is a great networker and has a great eye for talent. He works hard and plays hard, my favorite combination.” Howard Lindzon, Founder and CEO, Stocktwits
“BCs most connected young executive.” Brent Holliday, Head of Technology Practice, Capital West Partners
“Tommy is intelligent and going places. Good luck with the new site.” Brent Cook, Geologist and Editor, Exploration Insights
“Tommy, you are full of, as they used to say, piss and vinegar. You have great ideas and you undertake them with enthusiasm.” Joe Martin, Chairman, Cambridge House International.
“What is truly astonishing, especially for someone of his youth, is Tommy’s confidence and depth of understanding about the personal relationship nature of business. As has been pointed out, he approaches every connection as a personal one and lets his real interest in them shine. He is of course very strategic and tactical, but not in a cold, calculated, business-only way. Rather, he actually cares about the people with whom he becomes involved, from his own employees, to clients, and even mere acquaintances. He’s an old soul. Knowing him is a continuing revelation. He has shown me that us old dogs can learn a few new tricks.” Tony Wanless, Columnist, Financial Post
“Watch this guy.” Frank Giustra, Fiore Financial