#1613272 at 2018-06-02 05:37:43 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2029 We Understand But Will Be Happy When Q Can Return Edition
The Greek who made smartphones smarter
MatthewStaikos is president at Staikos Investments, CEO at Vleepo and a Board Member and Advisor at Triggerfox.
He was born in 1980 and was raised in Canada. He graduated from the Mechanical and Computer Engineering School of the University of Toronto. In 2003, still as an undergraduate, he founded the Toronto based Torch Mobile with his brother, with subsidiaries in Beijing.
Six years later, Torch Mobile was bought out by the legendary Blackberry's manufacturing company Research In Motion (RIM). With his hard work, Mattheus Staikos successfully climbed up to upper management status and he's currently the Manager of the Browser & Web Platform group at RIM, with challenging duties varying from WebKit-based browser software's development to embedded web technologies' design for BlackBerry devices. His challenge was to develop Blackberry 10, designed to supply the brand's mobile phones with an operating system during the first trimester of 2013.
Given the chance, Matthew makes an effort to keep in close touch with his Greek origins. Although he didn't graduate a Greek school, he wished to study the Greek language. That's the reason why he paid a year-long visit to Greece before residing permanently in Canada. The Greek language plays a major part in Matthew's life and in his spare time he enjoys reading Greek books, listening to Greek music and watching Greek television shows.
In 2014 he left Blackberry, and his brother followed him a few months later.
MatthewStaikos joined in 2015 the Triggerfox Board of Directors and will be acting in an advisory role as head of corporate strategy. Triggerfox is a relationship intelligence platform that helps professionals build and maintain meaningful relationships. Triggerfox seamlessly aggregates all contacts information from various sources including professional and social networks, phone, calendar, and email into a unified address book, focusing on the people that are most important to you. The platform monitors social channels, news, and other data sources to provide powerful insights and updates about your contacts.
The 37-year-old Greek entrepreneur was found fatally wounded on 28-5-18, at Bay St. and Yorkville Ave, in Toronto. He was an exceptional person and a successful Canadian citizen who made his homeland proud with his limitless love for her and his big achievements in Canada.
#1613149 at 2018-06-02 05:26:56 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2029 We Understand But Will Be Happy When Q Can Return Edition
This guy who started this tech company was literally ASSASSINATED in Toronto the other day.
I know his uncle and signed up for the service in Beta last year - obviously because of censorship with FB and Twatter and Youtube etc.
Anyway, the company wanted to be more than FB, and actually help people on a lot of levels, business, personal, helping others. etc.
This looks suspicious, considering all we know about @Jack and Google and on an on - and I wanted to share.
Surveillance footage shows a man getting out of a car and following him and then running back to his car and speeding off.
MatthewStaikos, a former BlackBerry employee and CEO of the Toronto-based tech company Vleepo, was shot to death while he was walking near Yorkville Avenue and Bay Street at approximately 11:30 p.m. on Monday…………..
#9749667 at 2020-06-26 05:06:23 (UTC+1) Welcome To Q Research Canada Bread #7 - Brinks Bank and a Box of Doughnuts Edition
This is a mirror of a video done last week on Amina Motala's channel where I discussed the #NewCanada Digital Government and Currency model, first began by myself for Dr Cynthia McKinney and Robert David Steele in 2016, and later presented in part to the Govt. of South Korea in the spring of 2018, wherein my partner MatthewStaikos received approval to build a Beta currency system.
I have since completed much of the base design and have offered it to Norm Traversy and Susanna Russo for their #NewCanada Party and the #NewCanada Initiative.
The digital dollar is coming folks, and this design will not only be the safest and most secure financial system in the world, but I have given it to Susanna and Norm as a gift to all Canadians.
Apologies for the audio, however the inverter on the house boat caused a hum in one track.