Well.ca is a Canadian online health & beauty store. Although our primary focus is on serving Canadians from coast to coast, we also ship hard-to-find products to the United States. Our local store has operated since 1982 from Guelph, Ontario.

We work hard to be a kind, responsible, and friendly company.

E-Commerce, Startup

News on Well.ca

Canadian Online Retailer Suffers Data Breach, Waits Entire Month Before Telling Customers
Canadian online retailer Well.ca has suffered a data breach and may have lost the credit card information of some customers. In an email to customers, the company admitted it had been... more
Canada Post Reveals 2013 E-commerce Innovation Award Finalists
Canada Post is giving away $1 million in prizes to online retailers as part of their E-commerce Innovation Awards and they have announced the 2013 finalists. 27 finalists have been singled out... more
Well.ca Raises $5 Million and Names New CEO
Guelph's Well.ca announced today the appointment of Rebecca McKillican as CEO as well as a $5 million round of funding led by iNovia Capital. Well.ca founder Ali Asaria has stepped down from his... more
Learn How to Win the Marketshare Battle in Canada's Retail Industry at eTail Canada 2013
As e-commerce ramps up, Canada's online retail industry is heating up quick. Those who want to remain on the cutting edge of this rapidly growing space may be interested in attending eTail Canada... more
Walmart and Mattel Launch Canada's First Virtual Pop-Up Toy Store
Mattel and Walmart Canada today launched what they claim is the first pop-up virtual toystore in Canada, providing a  QR code-based shopping experience Torontonians. Located in the PATH,... more
Canada Post Announces E-commerce Innovation Award Winners
Last month Canada Post announced the 14 finalists in their inaugural E-commerce Innovation Awards and last night they announced the winners in Toronto. The winners shared a prize package totaling... more
Canada Post Unveils E-commerce Innovation Awards Finalists
An estimated $8 billion worth of physical goods is ordered online in Canada each year for residential deliveries and that figure is forecast to grow to more than $15 billion by 2016. Total... more
Canadian Venture Capital Firm Profiles Portfolio CEOs
Venture Capital firm iNovia Capital has assembled a great video highlighting some of their Canadian portfolio and its worth checking out if you need a little entrepreneurial motivation. The four... more
Well.ca Continues to Innovate E-commerce with Product Subscriptions
After making a big splash with Canada’s first Virtual Store at Toronto's Brookfield Place, Well.ca is bringing a new level of user experience to its customers. The company is making shopping... more
Well.ca Unveils Virtual Store in Toronto's Brookfield Place
Well.ca is launching a North American-first: two virtual indoor stores, with 120 products on display, at the corner of Front and Bay underground in what is known as Brookfield Place—a stone's... more
Kitchener-Waterloo Startup Index - January 2012
Rank CompanyAlexa Rank 1   Snapsort 12,733snapsort.comAlexa: 12,733  2   ProductWiki 43,552productwiki.comAlexa: 43,552  3   Well.ca... more
Startups compete for $20K cash prize at Dx3 Canada incubation zone
This morning Intertainment Media and Dx3 Canada announced the participants in this year's "Intertainment Media Incubation Zone" (IMIZ) to be showcased at the Dx3 Canada expo on January 25th and... more
Well.ca Hires Former Indigo Executive, Andrew Sloss as COO
Guelph's Well.ca announced today that Andrew Sloss is the company’s new Chief Operating Officer. Founded in 2008, Well.ca has quickly become one of Canada’s leading online retailers.... more
EcommerceCamp Toronto enables Canadian retailers to share ideas and drive online innovation
Last night, EcommerceCamp Toronto kicked-off their first event of 2011 in front of a packed house at Fionn MacCool’s. Well.ca, an innovator in Canadian eCommerce, founded the event in 2009... more
How Ali Asaria built Well.ca into Canada’s largest online health & beauty store
Growing up, Ali Asaria didn’t like the sound of being an entrepreneur. He wanted to grow up to be an engineer and build things, and thought that entrepreneurship was a weird sounding... more
Well.ca attracts $2.3 million in latest round of angel financing
StartupNorth is reporting that Canadian online pharmacy Well.ca has attracted $2.3 million in angel funding during their latest round of financing. There are some pretty prominent investors on the... more
Sprout Up Toronto is your chance to connect with forward-thinking investors
If you’re looking to meet other Toronto entrepreneurs and investors with an eye to the future, don’t miss out on the November instalment of Sprout Up Toronto, the group’s final... more
Well.ca founder talks about finding angel investments
The Globe and Mail had an excellent profile on Well.ca founder Ali Asaria in Friday’s edition. Well.ca is a Canadian website that focuses on highlights health and beauty products, along with... more
Is your company one of Canada's Hot Startups?
It's that time of year again. PROFIT Magazine is looking for Canada’s Emerging Growth Companies to apply for the PROFIT HOT 50. The PROFIT HOT 50, now in its 11th year, is the definitive... more
Well.ca Founder on grow your business with strategic alliances
Growing Your Business is a speaker series of 10 consecutive monthly breakfast events to help entrepreneurs on the fast track to commercialization. Its 9th session takes place on May 19th from... more
Jordan Banks: looking for early-stage consumer focused tech companies
Remember this name: Jordan Banks.  Why?  At Techvibes, we feel Jordan is going to play an important and influential role in shaping how new companies approach the world of online... more
Digital Media People to Watch in Ontario in 2010
2009 saw the further introduction of the Techvibes brand in the Toronto tech community.  In the coming 12 months we will be highlighting many insightful people, innovative companies and... more
PROFIT HOT 50: Canada's hottest startups
PROFIT Magazine announced their PROFIT HOT 50 list today.  Canada’s Emerging Growth Companies are a tiny elite. Most of the tens of thousands of businesses launched each year in this... more
Well.ca get well funded by Angels
Guelph-based online health and beauty store Well.ca just announced that it has closed a $1.1 Million private financing round. The funds will be used to scale its warehousing and distribution... more
Canada's leading Web 2.0 pioneers
The second annual PICK 20 roundup of Canada’s leading Web 2.0 pioneers has been announced over at Backbone Magazine. To compile the top 20 we assembled a crack panel of judges and asked... more
Toronto DemoCamp20, Video 4 / 4: Ilya Grigorik of AideRSS, followed by Ali Asaria of Well.ca
Toronto DemoCamp20 held on May 25th at the Imperial Pub was a smashing success with several great presentations by local start-ups. I managed to capture a few of them on video (note: Sorry for the... more
Well.ca: A great Domain Name and a Blue Ocean
The Globe and Mail's Charles Mandel has a great article out today about Ali Asaria, the founder of Waterloo's Well.ca, and his success in building an online health and beauty store. What became... more
Waterloo Tech TV
If you ever missed a major Waterloo tech event you wanted to attend there is a decent chance you still might be able to view a video of the event. Waterloo Tech TV has a fantastic offering of... more
Kitchener-Waterloo Startup Index - January 2009
Rank CompanyTTR 1   AideRSS 110,407aiderss.comTTR: 110,407Compete: 135,844Alexa: 84,970  2   Well.ca 149,720well.caTTR: 149,720Compete: 105,174Alexa:... more
Ontario Angel Capital names Top 5
This week the National Angel Capital Organization hosted the First Canadian Co-investment Summit and named the Ontario Angel Capital Top Five Companies list. The Top Five were selected from the... more

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