David Leung and Mehdi Ravandi two engineering graduates of the University of Toronto have won $20,000 in seed funding from Communitech’s C3 Network for a digital business concept that both started. The C3 Network (connect, construct and commercialize) is an initiative that helps young entrepreneurs and is funded by the Ontario Research Commercialization Program and Ontario colleges, universities, and companies. ViewOh, the business that Leung and Ravandi started, is “a service that derives semantic meaning from content and then returns recommendations that the user might be interested in.” The C3 Network helps budding entrepreneurs develop their digital products and grow their business. “By providing seed funding and opening doors in the start-up phase, entrepreneurs are able to focus on developing their own intellectual property and business offering to a point where they can raise money on a larger scale,” said Kathleen Webb, project director, C3 Network. Leung and Ravandi will be introduced to angel investors, attend free business seminars and receive strategic support.