Startups in cities all around the world are building incredible, innovative companies, but many lack access to the robust investment opportunities of Silicon Valley. Google recognizes that innovation is alive and well far beyond the confines of a few cities.read more
Canadian startups had a strong 2014 and this year is poised to be no weaker.read more
IBM plans to pursue more partnerships in the Toronto area and working with local startups will be a big focus, according to Sandy Carter, the general manager for IBM Ecosystems and Social Business Evangelism.read more
Vancouver's Lighthouse Labs announced today that it will become Canada’s "first national computer coding bootcamp school to expand in multiple locations across the country."
According to their press release Lighthouse Labs is set to open its doors in Toronto this March and in Calgary in April.read more
Innovacorp, Nova Scotia's early stage venture capital organization, is offering technology entrepreneurs the chance to spend up to six months at Disruption Corporation’s headquarters and $10,000 cash towards travel and living expenses.
The competition stems from Innovacorp’s recently announced partnership with Disruption, a tech and venture firm.read more
This morning Launch Academy and Boast Capital announced the launch of Traction Conference, a one-day conference that will teach startups distribution strategies and tactics for acquiring explosive growth.read more
The real estate technology scene is red-hot, but the focus has been on the consumer.read more
AccelerateAB has opened up entrepreneur applications for their roundtable sessions, an exclusive event that matches up to 20 Alberta startups with community and industry experts.read more
Victoria's Tapstream ended 2014 with several records and have made an executive change as a result.
According to a press release last week, the mobile startup grew 14X over the course of the year while the platform now routinely handles over 10,000 requests per second from the many mobile apps that rely on it.read more
For years, companies like Blue Apron and Plated have been delivering ingredients and recipes directly to customers in the United States.
But the so-called meal kit just hasn’t caught on quite the same way here in Canada.read more
Victoria's MediaCore, a cloud-based educational video platform company has closed $4.5 million in Series A financing led by Vanedge Capital.
As part of the funding Vanedge's Moe Kermani will join the MediaCore board.read more
Canada has a diverse and dynamic technology landscape, with new startups emerging from Halifax to Vancouver.read more