Kitchener's Bridgit announced today that Jeff Fedor will be joining the team as Chief Technology Officer.read more
Every great idea starts somewhere.
More than 570 students from the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University applied, with the top 165 selected to participate in the 48-hour hackathon, with a goose called Charlie as a mascot.read more
“What is it about Waterloo that has you located here, still?”
The question came halfway through an hour-long fireside chat between two giants in the Canadian tech scene. Ted Hastings, founder of Rebellion Media and President of Perk, was interviewing Ted Livingston, co-founder and CEO of Kik Interactive, about life as the leader of Waterloo Region’s latest unicorn.read more
After six weeks of nominations and voting, the 2015 Canadian Startup Awards have arrived at their climax: the winners.
This year we received more than 43,000 votes, an increase from last year's awards.
We want to thank all of our readers—from the voters to the startups and the entrepreneurs and investors who power them—for making Canada's startup community so vibrant and innovative.read more
It’s time for entrepreneurs across Canada to polish their pitches to be part of Dragons’ Den’s 11th season on CBC.
This February, producers will hit the road on a 33-city audition tour to find the country’s best businesses in need of a Dragon investment.read more
Recently, several outstanding young entrepreneurs, aged 12 to 18, saw their passions become a reality by taking part in ZerotoStartup, a program that allows youth to ideate, develop a product and present their solutions to solve real problems through technology.read more
Ryan Holmes wants to democratize the standup desk.
The founder and CEO of Vancouver tech titan Hootsuite has launched a new startup to do just that.read more
We have all accomplished amazing things in 2015 and it’s important to take note of these. It’s also just as important to learn from our failures and highlight areas of opportunity as we move forward.read more
ConferenceCloud is an innovative digital platform that provides a virtual solution for the next generation of hybrid conference events.read more
If you’re an entrepreneur, you overcome many hurdles every day to ensure your company’s success. While the issues an owner faces while managing their firm can be extremely diverse, according to a recent report titled A nation of innovators, a third of Canadian startups have at least one significant challenge in common: finding proper funding.read more
200 attendees gathered at Unbounce on Sunday to witness the startup teams competing in Startup Weekend Vancouver’s 7th annual competition.read more
Techvibes recognizes and honours these people and their companies through the Canadian Startup Awards, now in its fifth year.
The awards are spread across five categories, which each have three to six finalists.
Let's get nominating. Here are this year's categories.read more
Circle Medial, a San Francisco-based startup that helps doctors make house calls, has raised $2.9 million in venture capital, the company announced on Nov. 20.
While Circle Medical is based in California and its app is only available in San Francisco, the startup has a strong Canadian connection.read more