Media Interviews

The majority of my radio, television and podcast interviews have been related to my startup TowIt:

Efe Celiktaban

Business Channel Türk (2018)

Sheena Lyonnias

Adobe Creative Cloud (2016)

Mike Sugarman

KPIX CBS SF Bay Area (2015)

Ann Rohmer

CP24 (2015)

Lorne Honickman

AM640 (2015)

Gill Deacon

CBC's Here and Now (2015)

Bill Kelly

AM900 CHML (2015)

Joshua Hernandez

SectionZ (2005)

Project-related Press

Sometimes journalists write pieces on projects that I've contributed to:

Circulation acquired by NEMT broker Logisticare for $46 million
MobiHealthNews (Sepember 18 2018)

Circulation Now Providing Full Suite of Transportation to 1,500 Health Facilities Across the US
BusinessWire (February 27 2018)

Circulation joins forces with Lyft in rideshare co’s latest non emergency medical transportation deal
MedCityNews (December 6 2017)

How a Boston-based startup is changing non-emergency medical transportation
StateScoop (October 9 2017)

Investors Pump $10.5M Into Circulation for Medical Transport Software
Xconomy (July 25 2017)

Klick Health | 2017
Medical Marketing and Media (July 5 2017)

Rideshare partnerships help patients get to doc on time
Modern Healthcare (April 20 2017)

Circulation, a startup that helps hospitals use Uber for medical transportation, gets seed investment
MobiHealthNews (October 13 2016)

Circulation, Uber Team Up to Get Patients to Doctor’s Appointments
Xconomy (September 27 2016)

12 of the Best Apps Made in Canada This Year
Techvibes (July 10 2015)

Fight Back Against Poor Parkers With This Photo-Shaming App
Good Magazine (June 1 2015)

Call Out Poorly Parked Cars With the App 'TowIt'
The Atlantic's City Lab (May 25 2015)

This New App Lets You Report Cars Parked In Bike Lanes So They Can Be Towed Like They Deserve
Fast Company (May 8 2015)

TowIt wants ot be John Tory's Favourite Mobile App
BetaKit (February 17 2015)

Towit helps Torontonians report parking violations from their phone
Mobile Syrup (January 27 2015)

Towit pitches a digital solution to illegal parking
Toronto Star (January 19 2015)