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Eventcombo CEO Saroosh Gull (right) speaks with Brad Parry, president and CEO of Calgary Economic Development, about the tech company's decision to move its headquarters to Calgary from where it was founded in New Jersey. (Photo supplied by Calgary Economic Development)

Saroosh Gull, the CEO of Eventcombo, an event tech software company that helps organizations with event registration, communication and data tracking, is relocating the company's headquarters from New Jersey to Calgary. 

The company, which currently employs 55 people and plans to invest $10 million over three years to expand its operations, cites Calgary’s growing tech sector as the main reason for the move. 

Stephanie Babych: Why did you decide to move your company to Calgary? 

Saroosh Gull: One factor was the type of business-development ecosystem that exists. Calgary has a good number of fintech companies.

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Stephanie Babych is a journalist based in Calgary. She was a reporter for the Calgary Herald and Sun for four years, and is a graduate of Mount Royal University’s journalism program. During her time...