TTT has a new CEO! After 3 years helping us grow as VP of Business Development, Jose will be stepping up to steer us towards achieving our mission.
Every entrepreneur’s first real challenge is to raise capital. VP of Operations David Hobbs shares his experience with 8 different options to fund your startup.
We’ve rebranded! TTT Studios President Chris Hobbs talks about the change, and pays homage to Two Tall Totems as we move on to the exciting new chapter.
TTT has moved! We’ve outgrown our old office and will be making a new home for ourselves at #1200-777 Dunsmuir Street. It’s an exciting time of growth for the TTT team, and we can’t wait to show you our new space!
TTT President Chris Hobbs recently teamed up with Clutch.co and The Manifest to analyze data on loyalty apps, peer-to-peer payment apps and navigation apps. Check out Chris’s insight on the various survey reports in a guest blog written by The Manifest!
Making the decision between out-of-box and custom software solutions is not easy. It requires a thorough analysis of the business problem and an informed assessment of the different options. In this blog, TTT’s VP Business Development Jose Hernandez shares his advice on which solution is best for your business.
TTT is celebrating its 8th birthday and taking a look back at all the amazing moments we’ve had over the past years. It’s been quite a memorable journey and we’re so proud of the growth the company has seen. From awards to office moves, we’ve had plenty of milestones and are looking forward to another rewarding 8 years.
In Issue #15 of “Meet Our Totems”, we sat down with our Marketing Manager Pauline to talk about some of her hobbies and strange indulgences when she’s not on the job.
We’re very honoured to be featured on Clutch as a top Software Developer in Canada. It’s a great start to 2018 with many exciting things to come, and a great time to be in the tech industry.
VP of Business Development, Jose’s the guy behind the chessboard, and he doesn’t miss a move. We’re glad he decided not to put his law degree to use since he preferred business.
Diversity is extremely important to us. We’d even go as far as to say it’s one of our core values. We don’t like to get political but in the current landscape, we felt compelled to make a stand, especially when members from the TTT family have been affected by these irresponsible decisions.
Did someone say awards? We love awards. More so then that we enjoy being a part of the tech community. In any case, we’re certainly not going to complain about being recognized for it!