Founder's Syndrome, a term for when the founder of the company maintains too much control of their company even after handing the reins over to someone else, can cripple the effort's of the new person in charge. (Also known as "founderitis.")read more
Despite barriers like shipping logistics and a weak dollar, Canadians love e-commerce. But shopping locally still means visiting brick-and-mortar stores that often have very limited information online.
There's a large divide between the two experiences. But what if there wasn't?read more
Halifax's Proposify, cloudbased software that streamlines the proposal process, has grown from 30 customers to more than 1,000 in a year.read more
Ali Tajsekandar sold his first piece of software at age 11 to a school classmate.
“He didn’t have much money to give me,” Tajsekandar recounted. “He said, ‘I have a CD rom. How about that?’” They shook on the deal. No one is exactly sure what the eleven-year-old classmate needed with custom inventory software.read more
As financial technology startups sprout up like weeds across Canada, the country's major banks are realizing adaption to this new world is necessary.read more
Evidence, courtesy of scientists with the World Cancer Research Fund International, suggests drinking coffee decreases your risk of liver cancer.read more
Stephane Wyper is Global Lead for MasterCard’s Start Path program, an initiative to “build the future of commerce together.”
I sat down with him at GROW 2015 in Whistler to learn what the program has to offer to Canadian financial technology startups. (Note: Deadline for applications to Start Path Global is Sept. 18.)read more
Fully utilizing big data and making the most of its potential is no easy task.read more
Intuit Canada’s latest "Small Business App Study" reveals how the Canadian entrepreneurship experience has changed through increased tech adoption.read more