Ebay meets Wikipedia for collectibles. (aka Stock Market for Collectors)

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Currency CAD
  • Founded August 2011
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

ShelfLife combines the best elements of Wikipedia and Ebay to provide the future of collecting. Our media aggregation, collection management tools and next generation marketplace provide the ultimate online home for 100M+ global collectors and the people that gift them. Core to our model is the tracking of products to the individual item level, thereby enabling the automatic matching or buyers and sellers similar to the stock market.


  • James Chillcott

    James Chillcott. 35. University of Toronto. Bachelor of Commerce. Disrupted Napster in 2001 with NapCameBack. Successfully kickstarted a boutique pro-human web agency from scratch in 2001 with $200 and kept it running profitably for 10 years while visiting all 7 continents before turning 30. Parkour athelete and film director.

  • Hilary Gillespie
    Creative/Frontend Code

    Bachelor of Arts. 10 years of expert web site UI/UX. Talented actress. Contributed to the launch of multiple successful startups and landed roles in several films, commercials and TV shows. Dated Darth Maul.

  • Nick Hoffman

    30, University of Western Ontario. Honours Bachelor of Computer Science with Specialization in Networks and Databases. 12 years of expert web application programming. Parkour trainer. After backpacking around Australia for a year, Nick joined VoxPak as their CTO at the ripe age of 24. Over the course of 2.5 years, Nick led a team of 3 dev-ops as they built Australia's first B2B VoIP service provider from scratch.


  • Cognition LLP
    Gary Risdon, CA

Previous Investors

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