Louis-Victor Jadavji (or “LV”) is the CEO of Taloflow, a start-up that uses rules engines and machine learning to reveal and optimize the cost of every process running on the cloud.
LV is a board member at Wiivv, which he co-founded in 2014. Its custom-fit 3D-printed footwear is the most successful consumer application of 3D-printing, ever. Wiivv has raised over $10M in venture capital and has a team of over 40 people in Vancouver and San Diego.
LV is part of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for Manufacturing and Industry for 2016, the youngest on the list at 22, and Forbes’ 30 Under 30 All-Star list for 2017. LV is on the Board of Directors and the Speaker’s Committee for the Canadian Club.
In the past, LV briefly worked within the Developer Ecosystem team at Atlassian. He co-founded Turnyp, an ill-fated nutrition app, and NexDrive, a NGV compressor distributor. His 3D printed parts for vintage cars have featured on the History Channel as a key piece of innovation in the car parts aftermarket.
LV pursued a B.A. at Claremont McKenna College before dropping out in 2014 to co-found Wiivv. He’s a rower, high-jumper and basketball player.
LV presented at many technology forums, including:
- Inside 3D Printing
- TechCrunch Battlefield
- Mobile World Congress
- Kairos Global Summit
And, featured in business media like:
- The Globe and Mail
- Business News Network
- Financial Post
- CTV News
- Huffington Post