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How This Entrepreneur is Solving the Trillion Dollar Student Debt Crisis

ORIGINAL ARTICLE, founders.press, February 14, 2022

Student Debt Crisis Startup Founder of Pay

Student debt has grown massively over the years and it’s currently crippling the young generation to build a better tomorrow. It is estimated that global student debt is over 3 trillion dollars. In Canada itself, the problem it has become more than just an issue, it’s a true crisis. But who is doing something about this using technology? Today’s story is with Jonathan Hillis, who founded Payd to solve the student debt issue.

We caught up with him to find out how Payd is tackling the student debt problem and what advice he would share with other entrepreneurs…


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Payd‘s digitized the physical student card while adding tools that will help students pay off their education and succeed in the future.

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