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SoapBox is a B2B cloud-based software for people managers. SoapBox is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario and with over 750,000 users worldwide. including companies Intercom, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, BMO, and Walmart.
History[edit | edit source]
SoapBox was founded in 2010 by Brennan McEachran while he was an undergrad at Ryerson University . At the time, Ryerson University was about to open the Digital Media Zone, Canada's first University incubator for Startup Ventures.  It was there that Brennan met Co-founder Graham McCarthy, who was working as faculty at the time, and they started building early prototypes of what would become SoapBox; an app used to collect ideas from the entire student body, prioritize them based on votes from the community and enable University officials to act on them. 
- 2009, app is created as a student project by future CEO & Founder Brennan McEachran at Ryerson University
- 2010, app is admitted into Ryerson's DMZ
- 2010, SoapBox Innovations company is founded
- 2014, SoapBox is funded 
- 2016, SoapBox is awarded top prize by Great Places to Work in Small Business Category
- 2017, SoapBox Teams launches as a free product
- 2018, SoapBox launches in Microsoft Teams
- 2018, SoapBox introduces their "Pro" paid feature set
- 2018, SoapBox releases Season 1 of their podcast: People Leading People
- 2018, SoapBox is featured in Wired Different magazine as top startup to watch in 2019
Software[edit | edit source]
SoapBox is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) product that enables its users to manage one-on-one meetings, team meetings and employee feedback in one place. It also allows users to collaborate with one another. The primary goal of the software is to facilitate meaningful conversations and relationships between managers and direct reports.
Features[edit | edit source]
SoapBox is a freemium app. Free features include: unlimited one-on-ones meeting agendas, unlimited team meeting agendas, commenting, note-taking and meeting summaries.
SoapBox paid features, in their Pro package include: next steps action item tracker and discussion kits.
Mobile[edit | edit source]
Integrations[edit | edit source]
SoapBox integrates with a number of other systems. These include:
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