After having spent almost 10 years at financial institutions as an investment specialist, Robert Bruski spotted a game-changing trend and leaped ahead of the curve as he co-founded Ctrl V, the very first virtual reality arcade in North America.
“When you create something truly out of the box, which comes from your creativity, run with it.”
Bruski is currently responsible for overseeing the expansion of Ctrl V across North America and uses out-of-the-box sales and marketing techniques to do so. When he isn’t at the forefront of a technological revolution, Bruski works closely with the startup community in Waterloo and is following his other passion, promoting the startup life through his new apparel company, I am Startup.
In this week’s #StartupPodcast, host Rivers Corbett talks to Bruski about how he’s navigating uncharted territory in tech and innovation.
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