Aeryon Labs is helping response teams focus their efforts in the right areas following a powerful earthquake in Ecuador.read more
Wattpad has launched Wattpad Studios, a multi-channel network that will partner with the entertainment industry to co-produce Wattpad stories for print, film, television, and digital platforms.read more
Interested in launching your own business but still finishing your degree? It may seem daunting, but not impossible.
In January, as a fourth-year entrepreneurship and strategy student at Ted Rogers School of Management, I launched Mybumper, an affordable iPhone6 battery charger with three TRSM graduates.read more
Under Armour expanded the launch of its connected fitness product portfolio in Canada.
The line of devices includes UA HealthBox, which is available for pre-sale. Also launching are UA Headphones Wireless, in partnership with Harman.read more
More than 200,000 Canadians have signed up to become members of Mogo, a digital financial platform.read more
An award-winning green technology company announced yesterday that they no longer want to be a green company.read more
Canada’s Competition Bureau has cleared Google of any major wrongdoing in the country.read more
Toronto's Kanetix has partnered with ClientDesk to offer a new insurance solution to insurance providers, intermediaries and their customers a mobile self-service technology for policyholders that allows insurance providers to connect with their clients via a mobile app.read more
The City of Montreal has signed a partnership with Waze, a crowdsourced navigation app powered by a community of drivers, as part of a two-year pilot project.
The agreement calls for two-way data sharing of publicly available traffic information within Ville-Marie borough using Waze.read more
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce's latest report, "Breaking Barriers: Ontario’s Scale Up Challenge", identifies major roadblocks preventing Ontario businesses from expanding and presents recommendations to best support business owners in taking their ventures to the next stage of growth.read more
Yesterday the Canadian Club of Toronto held a lunch and panel discussion called "Raising a Billion Dollar Baby" in downtown Toronto.
The purpose of the panel discussion was ostensibly how to build a company with routes in Canada, but the conversation turned more to the strengths and weaknesses of Canadian culture, and how it is evolving to become more entrepreneurial.read more