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Tuesday, July 26 • 5:00pm - 7:30pm
ecobee Happy Hour

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Enjoy a happy hour with appetizers and drinks at ecobee’s headquarters in Downtown Toronto! The happy hour will include guided office tours and plenty of opportunities to mingle with team members at Toronto’s most rapidly growing smart home startup. This is a great opportunity to learn about ecobee’s team culture and to see first-hand why ecobee is one of the most exciting places to work in the city.

 

ecobee President & CEO Stuart Lombard founded Toronto-based ecobee in 2007 in a pursuit to reduce his family’s carbon footprint. After discovering that heating and cooling made up the majority of his home energy use, he built a thermostat smart enough to deliver comfort, conserve energy and pay for itself in energy savings. Today, the hard work of the ecobee team and its cutting-edge technologies has propelled the company to the No. 2 smart thermostat brand in the U.S., compatible with the industry’s leading smart home ecosystems including Apple HomeKit, Amazon Echo and Samsung SmartThings.

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Tuesday July 26, 2016 5:00pm - 7:30pm
ecobee 250 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5H 3E5