The Montreal-headquatered Real Ventures announced today an additional $25 million in commitments led by several major institutional investors.
The big move takes its latest web, mobile, and internet focused fund to $75 million.read more
Canadian business owners' confidence in the state of the economy and their business prospects has risen compared to earlier this year, with more than half of entrepreneurs expecting 2015 will be a better year for their company.read more
The Art of Entrepreneurship is a one-day conference that features a collection of renowned authors, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs.read more
The Volaris Group announced today that it has acquired Vancouver's Incognito Software, a communications Operations Support Systems (OSS) solutions business. The acquisition is Volaris’ first acquisition in the Communications vertical market.
Volaris is an operating group of Constellation Software (TSX: CSU), a Toronto-based provider of software and services to select industries.read more
Canada's technology M&A activity seemed to have a soft end to the summer, with only 13 reported transactions in the month of August for a total of $82 million.read more
Montreal-based LightSpeed POS has raised $35 million in new venture capital funding, the company announced on Wednesday.read more
Bitcoins might be a good investment—but that doesn’t mean it’s a good currency, according to a new study published in the Journal of Financial Planning.read more
Getting market share is actually one of the easiest things to do in business. It may not seem that way.
In fact, when you’re in the process of doing it, it can seem like an unending treadmill of tediousness and frustration. You have a great product which is cheaper and has five better features that the nearest competitor, yet you just can’t seem to get adoption. Is it the company, the product, or the corporate mentality?read more
Elastic Path Software announced this morning that it has secured $5.35 million equity round led by BDC Venture Capital IT Fund, with participation from Yaletown Venture Partners and individual investors.
The Vancouver-headquarted company will use the funds to continue driving innovation for its patent-pending enterprise commerce products.read more