Kitchener's Vidyard announced today it has raised $18 million in Series B funding led by Bessemer Venture Partners with participation from existing investors iNovia Capital, OMERS Ventures, Salesforce Ventures and SoftTech VC.read more
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Klass Capital led a $2.4 million financing round in AlayaCare, a cloud-based platform.
Unnamed "prominent" angels also participated in the financing.read more
21 months into Canada's highly touted Startup Visa program, a paltry five visas have been awarded.
On April 1, 2013, Canada’s federal government officially made their call for the world’s best and brightest entrepreneurs.read more
The beginning of the year is always a good time to take stock of what trends matured (or not) through the course of the previous year, and what might happen in the coming year.read more
If your New Year's resolution was to spend less money, don't look to your home internet as a good place to start.read more
The startup actually became the hundredth startup in Canada to receive convertible notes from the VC arm of the Business Development Bank of Canada after graduating from a Canadian accelerator.read more
VOTING IS NOW CLOSED.
With so many talented entrepreneurs and innovative startups in Canada, Techvibes deemed it a necessity to recognize, honour, and celebrate these people and their companies. For four years now the Canadian Startup Awards have been doing just that.
This year, Techvibes received over 3,500 nominations across six categories via comments, email, tweets, and our nomination form. Finalists were determined by you, our readers, with guidance from the editorial team. Each category has either three or six finalists.read more
I used UberX for the first time last weekend.read more
Industry Minister James Moore has announced new rules aimed at promoting lower prices and greater choice in Canada’s wireless market.
The rules shape an important forthcoming auction of wireless spectrum next March.read more
Konrad Group has acquired BrainStation.read more
Vidigami has raised some seed funding.
The Vancouver-based startup closed a seed round of $1.25 million. The round was led by current investor Andrew Wright, managing director of Wright Ventures LLC, with participation from several others, including Aaron Rallo, former president of PNI Digital Media; James Fletcher, Director of Vision Critical; and Robert Cruickshank, chair of Canadian Accredited Independent Schools.read more