Hi there! I’m Jay Vasantharajah, Toronto-based entrepreneur and investor.
This is my personal blog where I share my experiences building businesses, making investments, managing personal finances and traveling the world.
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A Bit About My Story
I started my career off at Deloitte as a consultant in their downtown Toronto office. It wasn’t long before I left the corporate world to launch my first business, a PPC agency. My agency managed millions of dollars of ad spend for large clients and won several awards.
I used the profits from the PPC agency to start an eCommerce business, which has grown into a 7-figure a year business.
I’ve reinvested cashflows from my businesses into private multi-family real estate in the Toronto area and tech start-ups.
Today, I am actively looking to make more angel investments and also acquire online businesses.
Read my full bio here
You want to grow your business
I share with my readers all the different type of growth tactics that worked well and even ones that have failed. Learn from my successes and mistakes in order to better grow and scale your business.
You want grow your personal wealth
I share various investments I’ve made and my overall portfolio strategy across different asset classes. I have experience investing in private and public real estate, tech startups, stocks, and bonds. Get my perspective on building wealth.
You want to stay in the loop
I share updates on my portfolio companies as well as active deals I’m working on. Learn in real-time from my notes.
Raising Capital or Selling Your Business?
Would love to chat. I am actively looking to invest in/acquire online businesses.
Check out my investing page for my criteria and feel free to hit me up.
Looking For Something to Read?
Check out all my blog posts here. You can browse by categories as well:
- Digital Marketing
- Travel (coming soon, in the meantime check out my IG for some inspo)
I also have a reading list going, in which I update about once a year or so.
Here are my top 3 book picks from 2019.