Katherine Hague is the Co-Founder of ShopLocket, recently acquired by PCH International. Prior to founding ShopLocket Katherine worked as an independent digital media consultant and in a variety of marketing positions for Toronto startups; including as a Shopify Theme developer and as Marketing Manager at ecobee, a smart thermostat company. Katherine helped started the Canadian Maker Passport, and worked the trade-show floor at CES many years running.
Katherine launched ShopLocket in May 2012 and raised a $1 million seed round last summer led by Peter Thiel's Valar Ventures and Rho Canada. ShopLocket now provides thousands of hardware and product entrepreneurs a simpler solution for selling online. The company is dedicated to providing resources to the hardware community through its interview series and Crowdfunding Guide. Katherine is a graduate of the Schulich School of Business and HackerYou and was recently named one of Canada's 7 Tech Stars by the Financial Post.
Katherine is very active in the startup community and is committed helping other young entrepreneurs succeed. You can find Katherine online at katherinehague.com or on Twitter @katherinehague.
Oct 1, 2011 - Current (about 5 years)
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