Cool fall nights and deep talks over donuts set the stage for the beginnings of a new project. My friend and soon-to-be co-founder, Talha Babar, had been mulling over a new idea for a few days and wanted to share. In the past month, we’d become members of Enactus Regina, an exciting organization dedicated to driving change via start-ups and business projects.
As it turned out, Talha, a business student with a burning ambition to make a change, was hungry to start his own project within the organization. He was eager to get started, but felt that having a co-founder to work with him might make the journey easier as well as more rewarding. It was in that non-descript coffee shop in Regina, Saskatchewan that PushStart was born.