Q4 Web Systems, a provider of SaaS-based investor relations solutions for public companies, has raised a round of venture capital.read more
A new lobby group is hoping to convince Quebec’s securities regulator to allow ordinary investors to participate in equity crowdfunding.
Currently, only Quebecers who meet the requirements to be an “accredited investor”—generally by having a high net worth—can buy shares through equity crowdfunding rounds.read more
Flytographer, a photography service that connects travelers with local photographers in the places they are visiting, has raised a seed round.
The financing, valued at $650,000, hails from nine angel investors based in BC.read more
Mobeewave has secured a Series A investment.
The $6.5 million round was led by SBT Venture Capital.read more
Tealium today announced $30.7 million in Series D financing.read more
If you’re at all unfamiliar with Uber, the popular ride-sharing service that connects drivers with people looking for rides, you may be unaware of the recent legal battles surrounding this latest attempt to democratize technology.read more
Intellitix has been recognized within the Fast Company’s annual ranking of The World’s 10 Most Innovative Companies of 2015 in Live Events.read more
Knowing your product intimately can often lead you to get caught up in the technical complexity of what you’re selling.read more
There’s one major difference between companies that adopt BYOD policies and those that don't: those that don’t are far more vulnerable to attacks.
Now, that may seem counterintuitive—after all, aren’t BYOD programs supposed to open the door to greater security risks? That’s what everyone says, and there’s certainly new complications that come with BYOD programs.read more
Miovision, which specializes in traffic systems technology, today announced it has raised a $30 million Series B financing round.read more
Filemobile has been acquired.
The Toronto-born company was bought by Australia startup Newzulu.read more
This morning Ottawa's Gymtrack announced a $2.5 million first funding round, led by White Star Capital and Real Ventures and including 500 Startups and BDC.
Gymtrack aiming to change the way people work out by introducing exercise planning and tracking software powered by connected devices into the gym.read more
Technology is breaking down the barriers between online and offline sales and retailers will have to adapt.read more