Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of 

His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University.

When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be found playing hockey, racing marathons or enjoying hometown Vancouver with his wife, daughter, and son.


Articles written by Rob Lewis

What Do Social Logins Mean for Businesses? A Massive Conversion Boost, Among Other Things
Apple Sells Record 44 Million iPhones in Three Months, Rakes in $46 Billion in Revenue
Is Techvibes Tech Fest Coming to a City Near You?
Ontario Government Wants Canadians to Decide Which Data Sets It Should Make Open
The Techvibes 20, April 2014 Edition – Powered by GoToMeeting
Canadian Government Issues Orders to Disable Public Websites in Response to Heartbleed Bug
Canadian Bankers Association Says Online Banking Not Affected by Heartbleed Bug
Vancouver’s Taxi Shortage, the Worst in Canada, is Both a Problem and an Opportunity
Wattpad Raises Whopping $46 Million in Series C Round Led by OMERS Ventures
Tech Employees Earn 60% More Than Average Worker in BC, Report Reveals
FounderFuel Heads to San Francisco with Canadian Startups in Tow
11 Companies, 100+ Career Opportunities, 500 Attendees: Toronto's First Tech Fest a Smash Hit
PasswordBox Partners with Bionym to Create Instant Login
Mobile App 'Dash Hudson' Has Real People Curate a Wardrobe Just for You
How They Made the Giant Interactive Sculpture Hovering Above Vancouver for TED
50% of All Tweets About Television Relate to Sports Events
Tech Fest Toronto Almost Sold Out – Grab Your Ticket Now!
Trulioo Nabs $6 Million in Venture Capital, Hits 100 Million Verifications
Government Bureaucracy and Red Tape Slowing Tech Growth in Canada
World’s Largest Startup Accelerator Launches First Canadian Chapter in Montreal
Under New Leadership, GrowLab Reveals First Four Startups of Spring 2014 Cohort Opens Vancouver Engineering Lab
Toronto Wearable Tech Already Making Waves at SXSW
Bionym on Grand Visions, the Value of Accelerators, and 'Persistent Identity'
Three Canadian Startups are Quietly Powering This Year's SXSW Conference
Trulioo Lands $500,000 to Bring Smartphone Student IDs to Universities
Ottawa is Probably a More Appealing Place to Grow a Startup Than You May Think
Final Two Companies Added to Tech Fest Toronto Lineup
BDC VC Encouraged by CVCA Data, Notes 'Positive Trend' in Canadian Venture Capital
'Unprecedented' Access: Vancouverites Will be Able to Watch TED Talks Live for Free
Learn the 5 Things You Need to Know
With $1 Billion in Mobile Payment Revenue, Starbucks App Accounts for 4% of Mobile Payments
2014 Canadian Financing Forum Names Winners
Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist Heads to Vancouver to Find the Next HootSuite
Locked and Loaded: Tech Fest Toronto Lineup is Now Full
Vidyard Names Tyler Lessard Chief Marketing Officer
Toronto's Best Coworking Space Expands with Project: OWL
Google Expanding Its Presence in Kitchener with Giant New Office
The Inaugural Edition of the Techvibes 20 – Powered by GoToMeeting
Toronto's Whirlscape Raises $500K from BDC VC and Others to Make Typing on Smartwatches Easy
Techvibes to Host Massive Job Fair in Toronto in March
Two Canadian Companies Among 500 Startups' Latest Batch
Vancouver Startup Phemi Plans to Bring Much-needed Innovation to Healthcare Space
Startup Lets Airbnb Hosts and Property Managers Store Keys at Coffee Shops
The Transparency Trend: Startups Baring It All to Attract Talent
Extreme Startups Grad ShopLocket Acquired
80,000 Online Stores Sold $1.7 Billion Worth of Products Through Shopify in 2013
OMERS Ventures to More than Double Tech Investing
Extreme Startups Grad to Close $3 Million VC Round
Doubling up on Pay TV and a Smartphone Generation Gap Among Deloitte's Tech Predictions
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