BNOTIONS is a Mobile, Data, and Analytics Innovation Firm. They are the partner of choice for organizations with the desire to disrupt through innovation. They deliver large and complex deployments, but are small enough to retain a boutique approach to best-in-breed quality and agility. Their proprietary approach delivers measurable, effective, data-driven product innovation, from strategy to product launch and beyond. Put simply, they help organizations of any size think and act like a start-up.

They are an innovation partner to Indigo Books & Music Inc., Royal Bank of Canada, American Express, C Spire Wireless, Vu Digital, Ebay, Telus/Black's, Johnson & Johnson, and 500px.

Their dedication to innovation and quality of work has been acknowledged globally, with Qualcomm and Facebook both recognizing them as preferred developers. In the last year their products have been featured in the App Store (New & Noteworthy, Editors’ Choice, Top 10 Made in Canada), Google Play (Play Pick, 2 apps in Global Top 14 Apps of 2013), Windows App Store, and (App of the Week).

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Software, Web Design & Development, Mobile


TSX Ignite Delivers Information-Dense, Rapid-Fire Discussions
The TSX Ignite live event series kicked off in Toronto earlier this week. The events have taken place across the country since 2014 with the expressed goal of bringing advisors and business leaders... more
Gallop Labs Raises $2 Million Seed Round to Monetize Mobile Users
Gallop Labs has raised a seed round. The Toronto-based company raised $2 million. The financing was led by Golden Venture Partners and Mantella Venture Partners. Other participants included... more
AndroidTO Returns in October with Developer-Focused Lineup
UPDATE: Use discount code ‘Vibes99’ to get your AndroidTO ticket for $99. AndroidTO, Canada’s largest Android event, returns for its fifth year on October 30 at the MaRS... more
PROFIT Magazine Names Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies
Profit Magazone has released its 26th annual ranking of Canada's 500 fastest-growing companies. The PROFIT 500 evaluates businesses in all sectors on five-year revenue growth, meaning that each... more
Locked and Loaded: Tech Fest Toronto Lineup is Now Full
In November Techvibes hosted a recruiting event in Vancouver called Tech Fest that brought together the hottest tech companies in the city. The one-of-a-kind event had a lineup of 10 execs from... more
Six Hiring Companies Added to Techvibes Toronto Tech Fest Lineup
In November Techvibes hosted a recruiting event in Vancouver called Tech Fest that brought together the hottest tech companies in the city. The one-of-a-kind event had a lineup of 10 execs from... more
MaRS Event Heralds the Advent of Connected Cars, Eventually
The MaRS Discovery District is a technology focused not-for-profit housed in the grand old Heritage Building at the corner of College and University in Toronto. The new architectural adjunct to... more
Bnotions Launches Gallop Labs with Emphasis on Performance-driven Marketing
Toronto's Bnotions this week officially launched Gallop Media. Gallop Labs is a business-to-business ad-buying platform that aims to help mobile marketers drive user acquisition and retention.... more
Canada's Hottest Startups of the Year Have Been Revealed
PROFIT Magazine has published their annual PROFIT HOT 50 list and this year's edition includes many of the tech companies that we've been tracking over the past year. Dubbed "Canada's Hottest... more
Bnotions Spins Out Harth Labs, a Social Gaming Startup
Bnotions has launched Harth Labs, a new social gaming startup. Harth launches alongside the release of its first title, Say What? which is a free social word game for iPhone (and eventually... more
Securing Investment: How to Counter Common Startup Mistakes
As an investor in several Canadian startups, the key to securing financing is about putting the puzzle pieces together for the investment partner. It’s true that Canadian investors are... more
Meet Canada's New Preferred Marketing Developers for Facebook
Facebook today announced the combination of the Preferred Developed Consultant and Marketing API programs and the subsequent launch of the newly minted Preferred Marketing Developer program. There... more
BNOTIONS acquires Android dev shop Mobicartel
Toronto mobile development shop BNOTIONS announced this morning that they have completed the acquisition of Android development shop Mobicartel. Officially launched in 2010, Mobicartel has... more
Toronto startups gather to discuss the future of mobile technology
Day one of Social Media Week in Toronto featured an afternoon event focused exclusively on the trends and local startups that are impacting the mobile space today. The panel discussion entitled... more
Want to make your mark in the Digital Media Industry? Then check out Yorkville Media Centre
Held at the offices of BNOTIONS, the Yorkville Media Centre (YMC) is going where few seldom dare: helping people learn about Digital Media at no cost. The YMC is in its fourth season, and one of... more
Techvibes TV: Alkarim Nasser from BNOTIONS at the GROW Vancouver conference
The GROW 2010 technology conference took place in August at the Vancouver Convention Center, and Techvibes was on location with an on-site studio conducting video interviews with a... more
Serial Entrepreneur joins Toronto-based BNOTIONS
Jeremy Wright is on the move again. Well, actually, he's already moved from Thornley Fallis and 76design to Toronto-based start-up BNOTIONS.  I recently caught up with Jeremy and had a chance... more
Yorkville Media Centre - a social enterprise profile
  Alkarim (Alex) Nasser is just one of Toronto's many young digital media entreprenuers.  However, he is not just a regular techie. Alex's' career started with the Bell ExpressVu... more

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