Rob Lewis

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

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.

Twitter:
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Articles written by Rob Lewis

Government of Canada to Investment $30 Million Across Four Startup Accelerators
Acquisition Makes Control Favorite at Cascadia Summit
The World's Most-Loved Brands on Social Media
Thalmic Labs Works with DJ to Bring Motion Control to Live Performances with Myo Armband
Young, Female, and Entrepreneurial Hire Lured to Canada by PlentyOfFish
London Combines Small-Town Feel with Big-City Appeal to Foster Startup Ecosystem
Canadian Accelerator to Give Priority to Female Founders
Is E-commerce Giant Alibaba Setting up Shop in Vancouver?
Kobo Co-founder Raises $4 Million for new Digital Health and Wellness Platform, LEAGUE
NPA Proposes Creation of Mayor’s Innovation Council to Support Vancouver Technology
D&B Cloud Innovation Center Ditches Dull Job Descriptions to Attract Exciting Employees
PwC Names Canada's Innovator of Year, Highlights 10 Up-and-Coming Tech Companies
Startup Week Vancouver Promises to Impress with Tech Fest Recruiting Event Front and Centre
Businessman Brett Wilson Urges Retailers to Save Christmas for After Remembrance Day
Code.org Breaks Indiegogo Record for Most Money Crowdfunded, Still Wants $2 Million More
BC Tech Sector Now Generates $23 Billion in Revenue, Employs 84,000 Professionals
Spoon Tackles Big Restaurant Market with Launch in New York City
The Techvibes 20, October 2014 Edition – Powered by GoToMeeting
BlackBerry Adds Features to BBM, Including Snapchat-Like Timed Messages
Twitter, IBM Strike Major Partnership to Integrate Social Media Data with Cloud Analytics
BlackBerry CEO John Chen on How to Execute a Turnaround
Tech Fest Celebrates Startup Week Vancouver with the VEC Startup Alley
Job Seekers Looking Forward to Ice Cream, Massages, Plinko at Tech Fest London
Netflix Backing Canadian Original Series for First Time
Slyce Acquires Mobile App Agency Drivetrain, Brings on Founder as CTO
Big Viking Games, One of London's Best Employers, Hiring at Techvibes Tech Fest Next Week
Geek Labs Teaches Everything About Web and Mobile That Schools Don't
Canadians Paying Nearly $200 per Month for Communications Services
Canadian Wearable Tech in Spotlight at Dreamforce
Let Mark Zuckerberg Teach Your Kids to Code
Canadian Cloud Computing Company Tops Dreamforce Vendors
Salesforce Unveils Cloud-Based Information Analytics System Called Wave
135,000 People to Descend on San Francisco for Dreamforce 2014
Despite Strict Laws, Death by Distracted Driving Continues to Plague Canada
Vancouver to Open Technology and Social Innovation Centre to Support Entrepreneurs, Startups
NHL Teams with GoPro to Deliver Amazing Point-of-View Footage to Fans
Real Ventures Fund III Reaches $75 Million, Expands Presence in Toronto and Waterloo
BlackBerry Sells 200,000 Passports, Turnaround Continues
StackAdapt Raises $900,000 Seed Round to Fuel Expansion
CareGuide Gets Too Many Investors, Crashes Angel List
Bionym Closes $14 Million Series A Round from Ignition, MasterCard and Relay Ventures
TELUS and Mojio to Deliver 'Connected Car' Technology to Canadians
Sir Richard Branson Throws Support Behind Shopify's Build a Business Competition
500 Startups' Women Syndicate Selects Canadian Startup FameBit
eSentire Raises $14 Million Series C to Accelerate Market Leadership
Slyce Acquires Tel Aviv's BuyCode for $5 Million
The Challenges Canadian Companies Face When Implementing Big Data
Wealthsimple Wants to Make Investing Simple for Canadians
Mexia Interactive Deploying World’s Largest Array of Indoor Sensors at Super Mobility Week
Apple Introduces 'Pay,' Its First Major Foray Into Digital Payments
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