Hopkins will become chief operations officer at Oxford—the real estate subsidiary of OneEleven’s parent, the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS)—in mid-August. He will remain on the tech hub’s board and become its chair. Siri Agrell, Toronto managing director, has been named executive director, and told The Logic she will report to the board before eventually taking a seat. She said OneEleven will also adopt more features of a cohort-based accelerator, such as short-term programs delivered by experts and investor demo days, starting in the fall. The hub now has 53 member companies in Toronto, with two more scheduled to arrive shortly, up from 50 in April. (The Logic)
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