BitLit is the solution for readers who love both print and digital books, and publishers who want to offer their readers bundled print and digital books.
BitLit is a smartphone app that allows readers to certify their ownership of print books and get free or discounted bundled eBooks.
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As part of the Deloitte 17th annual Technology Fast 50 Awards the coveted 2014 Companies-to-Watch Award recipients have been named. The Companies-to-Watch Award honors early-stage Canadian... more
Canadian startup BitLit Media appeared on Dragons' Den to solicit funding. Three Dragons were impressed enough to make offers—but there's a twist at the end, so watch it all. The Vancouver... more
NACO’s annual Pitch Competition celebrates dynamic early-stage companies that have demonstrated successful growth, and whose outstanding achievements have made them some of Canada’s... more
Vancouver resident Ovey Yeung was struck by a car early Monday morning. The hit-and-run left Yeung, a 26-year-old publicist who works for tech startup BitLit, critically injured. While in a... more
BitLit is partnering with HarperCollins for a pilot program that aims to bundle physical books with their ebook counterparts. The Vancouver startup’s deal with the publishing giant will... more
Vancouver startup BitLit has raised a seed round. The undisclosed sum, speculated to be between $500,000 and $750,000, comes primarily from Michael Serbinis, the founder and former CEO of Kobo, as... more
Metabridge's Top 15 Canadian Startups for 2014 have been selected from a list of nationwide applicants representing Canada’s most promising technology startup companies. ... more
The Techvibes 20 is a bi-monthly list of the hottest and most promising tech startups across Canada. The list is carefully curated by Techvibes editorial staff and reflects who's... more
GrowLab today announced the first four startups so far selected to be part of its Spring 2014 cohort. The search for top talent has been rigorous, the accelerator says. It received more than 350... more
There is nothing like flipping through the pages of your favourite book, feeling the thickness of the literature move from one hand to the other. But there are novels, textbooks and manuals that... more