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June 5, 2022
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Zemoso Labs starts operations in Waterloo, Canada

Zemoso Labs, a fast-growing product studio offering product design and development services to startups and enterprises, opened offices in Waterloo Canada in April, 2022.

Satish Madhira, CEO, Zemoso Labs, said “A fast-growing customer base in North America, growing demand for digital products worldwide, and an incredible amount of talent led us here. We look forward to providing greater acceleration to our clients with in-market teams in the region.”

COVID-19 has fast-tracked digital transformation requirements and this demand is being met by disruptive product companies. A new generation of companies are simplifying operations across healthcare, financial services, energy and utilities, retail, real estate, life sciences, marketing, and other industries.

“Entrepreneurs and innovation officers in startups and enterprises are feeling the pressure to showcase innovation that will get them their next round of funding and/or create a significant impact on revenue,” said Vijay Chandrasekaran, VP and Country Head, Canada. “That is where we can bring an incredible amount of value with our methodologies. In addition to that, Canada has emerged as a powerhouse of talent with some amazing universities.”

Zemoso Labs has partnered with countless product companies, from stealth-mode stages to scale stages, helping them prototype, launch an MVP, and then scale their product. Zemoso’s clients have gone on to raise over USD 1.2 billion in funds from venture capitalists including big names in the industry like Andreessen Horowitz. Two of Zemoso’s clients have received unicorn valuations this last year. 

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Zemoso Labs starts operations in Waterloo, Canada

May 25, 2022
5 min read

Zemoso Labs, a fast-growing product studio offering product design and development services to startups and enterprises, opened offices in Waterloo Canada in April, 2022.

Satish Madhira, CEO, Zemoso Labs, said “A fast-growing customer base in North America, growing demand for digital products worldwide, and an incredible amount of talent led us here. We look forward to providing greater acceleration to our clients with in-market teams in the region.”

COVID-19 has fast-tracked digital transformation requirements and this demand is being met by disruptive product companies. A new generation of companies are simplifying operations across healthcare, financial services, energy and utilities, retail, real estate, life sciences, marketing, and other industries.

“Entrepreneurs and innovation officers in startups and enterprises are feeling the pressure to showcase innovation that will get them their next round of funding and/or create a significant impact on revenue,” said Vijay Chandrasekaran, VP and Country Head, Canada. “That is where we can bring an incredible amount of value with our methodologies. In addition to that, Canada has emerged as a powerhouse of talent with some amazing universities.”

Zemoso Labs has partnered with countless product companies, from stealth-mode stages to scale stages, helping them prototype, launch an MVP, and then scale their product. Zemoso’s clients have gone on to raise over USD 1.2 billion in funds from venture capitalists including big names in the industry like Andreessen Horowitz. Two of Zemoso’s clients have received unicorn valuations this last year. 

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Satish Madhira, CEO, Zemoso Labs, said “A fast-growing customer base in North America, growing demand for digital products worldwide, and an incredible amount of talent led us here. We look forward to providing greater acceleration to our clients with in-market teams in the region.”

COVID-19 has fast-tracked digital transformation requirements and this demand is being met by disruptive product companies. A new generation of companies are simplifying operations across healthcare, financial services, energy and utilities, retail, real estate, life sciences, marketing, and other industries.

“Entrepreneurs and innovation officers in startups and enterprises are feeling the pressure to showcase innovation that will get them their next round of funding and/or create a significant impact on revenue,” said Vijay Chandrasekaran, VP and Country Head, Canada. “That is where we can bring an incredible amount of value with our methodologies. In addition to that, Canada has emerged as a powerhouse of talent with some amazing universities.”

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