Snapchat has raised $1.8 billion in funding.read more
Saskatoon's 7shifts, a provider of employee scheduling software for restaurants, has raised $1.2 million in seed financing.read more
Music-syncing app AmpMe has raised an US$8 million Series A investment round, the company announced on May 26.
The investment, worth almost CAD$10.5 million, will help AmpMe continue to work on the app, which allows users to play the sync music across multiple phones in order to amplify the sound, says Martin-Luc Archambault, the company’s founder and CEO.read more
Vancouver's Buddybuild has raised a Series A round.read more
Toronto's Rover, a location-based mobile marketing startup, has raised $1.1 million in seed financing.
The round included contributions from BDC Venture Capital and Silicon Valley's 500 Startups, as well as angel investors.read more
Providing legal consultation to forward-thinking startups is the motivation behind Goodmans LLP’s partnership with the DMZ at Ryerson, an university-based incubator for emerging tech startups.read more
As consumers gain access to more and more data through popular search portals, what is the role of the realtor?
Our experience running Canada’s largest tech powered brokerage and most popular search portal has shown that the real estate agent still plays a vital role in this critical transaction.read more
Quintillion Subsea Holdings has acquired the assets of Toronto's Arctic Fibre, a fibre optic telecommunications company.read more
To help small businesses thrive, Rogers has opened 72 new Small Business Centres across Canada with support and expertise to help small business owners.read more
Imagine a city that has no fire department.
Oh, the city leaders spend plenty of money on preventing fires. They make sure every home and building has fire extinguishers. All the fire escapes are built up to code. Building materials are made to be resistant to flames. But despite their best efforts, a fire will occasionally break out, and when it does, people who live in that city can do nothing but look at each other and wonder what went wrong.read more
Slack's CEO, Stewart Butterfield, will be speaking at Traction Conference.read more
AT&T plans to buy Toronto's Quickplay Media.read more
Toronto's Q4, a SaaS investor relations and capital market solutions company, has raised $22 million in Series B financing
The round brings the Canadian company's total amount to $30 million.read more
Without the proper systems and tech stack in place, accounting for your SaaS business can be a nightmare. It can be exceptionally administrative and manual which might not only result in a major waste of time for the founders and their team members at the company, but will also result in not getting timely financial data to base strategic decisions on.read more