Project Description

Who We Are

Gather is a social ordering app that makes it easy for groups of students to order coffee together, skip the line, and earn rewards.

Our Team

David J. KimCEO & Co-Founder,
Kim is a Neuroscience Researcher & ML Engineer turned 2x serial entrepreneur. He’s the founder of Agents of Change Community and Socero, inc. Has been featured in Toronto Star, Macleans and more for his viral marketing initiatives. Kim sits on the board for the Cloud Computing and Big Data program at Lambton College, and is actively involved in the startup ecosystem across various academic institutions throughout Toronto.
Drew GreenChairman & Co-founder
Green is an award winning entrepreneur and expert in managing fast-paced, high-growth companies – and a fellow York Alum 96′. Green has created one of the world’s fastest growing apparel brands. Since 2015, he has established up to $100M in strategic capital commitments for INDOCHINO. In 2017 Green was awarded the Innovation in Retail award by the University of Alberta. In 2018 he was awarded Breakout Retailer of the Year by Chain Store Age, and in 2018 Green was selected as The Entrepreneur of the Year, by Ernst and Young.
Daniyal AnjumCMO & Co-founder
Anjum manages all partnerships and user acquisition channels. Even while studying Computer Science at York University, Anjum has had a great passion for sales and marketing. Throughout his teenage years, Anjum sold and created websites. In 2018, Anjum ranked as one of the top finalists for the Great Canadian Sales Competition.
Omar AbbasiCTO & Co-founder
Abbasi has been a building software products form a very young age, being commissioned by his public school to developed an mobile application for official school announcements that was adopted by the entire high school student body. He co-founded Kravings, a restaurant recommendation application in his senior year before studying at Waterloo University for Computer Science and Economics at Wilfred Laurier University. Abbasi has developed various iterations of Socero and Gather on both the front/backend of the product.