Travis Ratnam, the chief executive officer and co-founder of Knowledgehook, is headed to the prestigious Google Demo Day in Silicon Valley where he’ll have an opportunity to pitch his company to the who’s who of the tech world.
Knowledgehook is a web-based learning tool that helps teachers and students improve math outcomes. The startup was created based on Travis’ own experiences.
“The 34-year-old University of Waterloo electrical engineering graduate actually struggled with math. Fortunately, his father was an experienced math tutor and patiently brought his son along. Eventually, Ratnam won the Governor General’s Medal for his outstanding academic performance at Neil McNeil Catholic High School in Toronto.”
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