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MarkUs School Solutions

We are Markus School Solutions and our product SafeChat allows staff and students to communicate safely and easily over the web.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Currency CAD
  • Employees 3

Company Summary

Our start-up makes cost effective web solutions for K-12 schools. This is important as many school boards are being forced to become BYOD (bring your own device) environments and students want to be able to use different devices to enhance the learning experience. School's cannot afford to host, maintain and secure their own email service, and there is little ROI for doing so. We provide K-12 schools with a cheaper more effective alternative.


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    Kyron Keith Baxter

    Kyron Baxter is a young tech entrepreneur from Toronto. Kyron is a technical founder who has a deep knowledge of technology and the education system. Kyron was hired by the Toronto District School Board in high school for his hacking abilities. Dedicated to improving the education system, Kyron wants to create technologies that will vastly improve our archaic education system and become a respected tech entrepreneur akin to the late Steve Jobs.

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    Kartik Talwar

    Kartik Talwar is a well respected technologist currently attending UWaterloo, majoring in Computer Science. Kartik is seen as a mentor by other tech geeks and has shown off his coding skills on over 50 custom made WordPress blogs and at Bookneto a startup in education technology. As of January Kartik will be interning at Tagged, a well known venture backed, social media start-up in Silicon Valley. Kartik wants create Canada's very own Google.

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    Xavier Thompson
    CMO / VP Of Design

    Xavier Thompson is a top notch graphic designer and a high aspiring Business Technology Management student at Laurier University. Unlike many artists Xavier excels at 2D and 3D animation as well as viral marketing. Xavier aspires to be a well known design guru much like Apple's Jonathan Ives.