Industrial companies from all sectors across Canada are increasingly focused on building a digital strategy as an essential component to remaining globally competitive.read more
The future of payments is one in which they will occur inconspicuously in the background of every transaction according to a panel of experts who discussed the topic earlier this month at the Digital Finance Institute’s FinTech Conference in Vancouver.read more
Patrick Keefe is a popular guy.
As one of two managing partners in Halifax-based Build Ventures, the venture capitalist sees a steady stream of entrepreneurs knocking on his door looking for startup funding.read more
Immunio has raised a Series A round.read more
Decentral, a hub for disruptive technology, has announced an open call for financial professionals to join Accelerate Finance, an organization working to transform Canada into a global force for finance and fintech innovation.read more
The Toronto Stock Exchange has introduced TSX investinit and TSX discovery, two new mobile apps designed to make it easier for investors to explore the range of investment opportunities available on Canada’s leading stock exchanges.read more
Spin Master has acquired Toca Boca and Sago Mini companies from Bonnier Group in Sweden.read more
Interested in launching your own business but still finishing your degree? It may seem daunting, but not impossible.
In January, as a fourth-year entrepreneurship and strategy student at Ted Rogers School of Management, I launched Mybumper, an affordable iPhone6 battery charger with three TRSM graduates.read more
Canada’s Competition Bureau has cleared Google of any major wrongdoing in the country.read more
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce's latest report, "Breaking Barriers: Ontario’s Scale Up Challenge", identifies major roadblocks preventing Ontario businesses from expanding and presents recommendations to best support business owners in taking their ventures to the next stage of growth.read more
Yesterday the Canadian Club of Toronto held a lunch and panel discussion called "Raising a Billion Dollar Baby" in downtown Toronto.
The purpose of the panel discussion was ostensibly how to build a company with routes in Canada, but the conversation turned more to the strengths and weaknesses of Canadian culture, and how it is evolving to become more entrepreneurial.read more