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Evan Moses

Co-Founder and COO

Toronto, ON, CANADA

Eve Medical









Evan Moses is the co-founder and COO of Eve Medical, where he oversees the company’s day-to-day operations. His experience includes supplier sourcing, quality control and managing complex projects in previous roles at Urbanus Architecture and ACE Gallery. This is partly how he discovered his enthusiasm for solving problems with multiple stakeholders in difficult and time-sensitive contexts. Evan is obsessed with getting things built, and in leveraging the power of companies to build great things. In a past life, he briefly ran a graphic and web design studio. Evan holds a Masters of Architecture at the University of Toronto, where he received an Ontario Graduate Scholarship. Prior to that, he was a MacBain Prestige Scholar at McGill University.

Industry Expertise

  • Business Services
  • Manufacturing

Areas of Expertise

EntrepreneurshipStart-UpsProduct DevelopmentBusiness DevelopmentStrategic PartnershipsVenture CapitalStrategic Planning


University of Toronto

M.Arch., Architecture


McGill University

B.A., Political Science, Economics


Media Appearances

Why you need to set and maintain high standards at your startup

Financial Post  online


Setting and maintaining high standards, I believe, is key to success in company building. Organizations I admire all seem to exhibit a dedication to excellence. Companies that execute flawlessly, make great products, or grow at lightspeed tend to openly display exactingly high standards, if you care to look for them...

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Jessica Ching: Entrepreneur redevelops one of life’s scariest tests

The Globe and Mail  online


Ms. Ching is co-founder (with Evan Moses) and chief executive officer of Eve Medical Inc., a Toronto startup that has developed a product called HerSwab for women to test themselves for cervical cancer...

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Medical Operations Office space with benefits: sharing a desk helps entrepreneurs cut costs

ItBusiness.ca  online


Among them are: Camron Allan, a Toronto-based business intelligence developer for Perkin Elmer Inc.; Richard Batchelor, a change management and human resources consultant; Evan Moses, business strategist for Eve Medical, a start-up company that is developing a sample collection device that can help women test themselves for sexually transmitted disease; and Notesolution Inc., an online sharing site that helps students share class notes among themselves...

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