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Allen Lau
Company: Wattpad
Title: Founder & CEO
Location: Toronto, Canada
Fields of operation: Digital, Technology, Entertainment

Wattpad Co-founder and CEO Allen Lau leads the company’s efforts to transform how people discover, create, and engage with stories across multiple platforms, including the top-rated Wattpad app. Today, entertainment companies work with Wattpad to adapt stories for other platforms; these stories have become blockbuster movies, hit television series, and bestselling books around the world.


A leader in the local startup ecosystem, Allen is a member of the Canadian Council of Innovators, a lobby group that advances the interests of Canadian technology companies at all levels of government. Allen is also the co-founder of Two Small Fish Ventures, a fund that invests in Toronto and Waterloo-based early stage internet companies with strong network effects.


Prior to Wattpad, Allen co-founded FeedM8, a mobile advertising company that was later acquired. Previously, he co-founded Tira Wireless where he helped leading brands optimize content for mobile delivery. Allen received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Toronto’s Electrical Engineering program.


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