“Give Me Shelter” and the inaugural edition of “Subculture” - Edmonton’s biggest ever-retro dance party - will be held in Edmonton at El Cortez Cantina on November 6, 2015.read more
David Ciccarelli describes his business as "the startup that grew up."
He's the cofounder and CEO of Voices.com, a London, Ontario-based marketplace for voice talent.
While Voices.com may have grown up in the decade since the business started, that doesn't mean it's stopped growing.read more
Rubikloud is launching a retail intelligence platform.read more
Flixel Photos, a visual storytelling company, today announced they’ve closed $2.2 million in a seed funding round led by Extreme Venture Partners.read more
At the Interface Digital Health Summit conference held in Vancouver, attendees were given the opportunity to hear new ideas from health industry thought-leaders, see the latest in digital health devices and apps, and meet the top ten finalists of the inaugural Interface Health Excellence Challenge.read more
The Toronto International Film Festival is an annual showcase of the best in world cinema—and this year was no exception.read more
For Albert Lai, the CEO and co-founder of Big Viking Games, the success of his company all comes down to its fans.
“We believe that it’s all about making fans, that’s our mission statement, that’s also how we operate the company,” Lai says. “By making fans of our players, but also by making fans of our employees, we’re able to attract great people.”read more
Telus announced this week that it is investing $1 billion to connect the majority of homes and businesses in the City of Vancouver directly to its art fibre optic network over the next five years.read more
A year ago most people had yet to Google the term “influencer marketing” – and today brands who haven't caught on to it are behind the curve.read more
Successful startups eventually become fully fledged companies, and in the process, many lose that early energy and unique culture that gave their brand personality and kept employees engaged.read more
Waterloo region’s Palette has won the top prize at the UX Design Awards in Berlin.read more
Most people don’t go willingly to a bootcamp.
A bootcamp is hard work. Recruits are pushed to their limits. Sometimes there are tears and pain.
But, a bootcamp can also lead to growth and glory.
At the Communitech Women Entrepreneurs Bootcamp pitch competition, this proved to be true.read more
Many technological standards (e.g. wifi, Bluetooth, USB) have been established to promote efficiency and interoperability.
This can lower costs for consumers by increasing manufacturing volumes and reducing switching costs for standardized components. Adoption of a standard is usually collaboratively determined by a standard-setting organization (SSO) made up of industry players including innovators, manufacturers, and implementers in relevant fields.read more