Curt Cherewayko

Now based in his hometown of Winnipeg, Curt Cherewayko reports on a freelance basis about a wide cross-section of industries, including advertising, technology and real estate.

His work appears in a variety of publications located across Western Canada.

He was previously a full-time reporter with the weekly newspaper Business in Vancouver, where he primarily reported about the startup-to-commercialization development cycle of companies, products and ideas in the Internet, technology, biotechnology and energy sectors of B.C.

Essentially a gun-for-hire, Curt can be reached at curtchko@gmail.com.

Articles by Curt Cherewayko

Video games get cerebral
Retailers down on daily digital deals
B.C.’s Big Battery-powered Business Boom
BIV Profile: David Buffett of Radiant Communications
New semiconductor startup debugs the high-tech commercialization model
Techs-Mex mix sees expansion opportunities in Metro Vancouver
Mobile manouevres in app land
Octothorpe Software’s decisive action plan
School tech sector provides lucrative lessons in overhauling business plans
Company says landlords failing to ink best deals for rooftop cellphone tower leases
Vancouver startup aims to archive cherished memories for future use
Aquinox, Cardiome raising BC’s profile among biotech investors
B.C. capitalizing on the new culture of openness in Japanese telecom market
Power shortage threatens to stall electric vehicle progress
New TV brand is Telus’ latest shot in battle for B.C. - Alberta consumers
A better 3-D TV experience, courtesy of University of British Columbia spinoff
Playing to the crowd: Pooling ideas from online design community drives revenue and creativity
New business incubator promises to spin out 30 startups per year
Vision Critical using its success in recent U.K. election as springboard into Europe
Vancouver’s Chrysalix closes US$123 million clean-tech fund
Employee stock option tax attacked
Technology developers blurring the lines between real and virtual
Wind-turbine maker pitches home energy generation
Switch Materials’ $11.6 million windows of opportunity
Cloud control growing for more businesses
Microsoft Corp. courts open-source community with Vancouver project
Collapse of virtual world creates business opportunities for Vancouver company
Retailers find new ways to boost walk-in business
VANOC’s online store becomes Olympic shopping refuge
Rolling the dice in Las Vegas: For technology companies, it’s all about building relationships
Island life has business challenges, but revenue in Victoria’s tech sector has doubled since 2000
Angels get innovative in B.C.
Piracy concerns temper B.C. tech’s embrace of Chinese development boom
From print to pixels: Internet news sites grapple with revenue realities
Open-source software opens business doors for web development companies
Innovative drug research centre’s first private-sector project widens Xenon’s product pipeline
Mingleverse making 3D ripples in telemeeting technology
Calculating social media’s Return on Investment
Virtual worlds now delivering genuine business opportunities
QLT pins company hopes on tiny plug
Canada’s export credit agency to finance MDA’s $254 million satellite contract with Ukraine
Immigration needed to drive B.C. innovation, business leaders say
De-regulation rattles junior Internet service providers
Website developer ensnared in Novus-Shaw court battle
Local shots fired in Twitter technology wars
Vancouver studio helps boosts YouTube conversions by 16%
Canadians make smart choice with mobile phones
Researchers and bioterrorism defence agencies are eyeing Boreal Genomic’s DNA technology
Scalpel, stat! Forceps, stat! iPod, stat!
Vancouver roundtable wrestles with copyright reform Round 2
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