Technology

CEO Michael Tremblay's goals are to create more “sustainable,” high-value jobs in Canada’s capital and build greater global awareness that Ottawa is “the best place to live and work.”
Report highlights firms that are likely to scale up and reach “world-class status,” eventually going public or reaching a “unicorn” valuation of $1B.
“Optimistic” Ottawa entrepreneurs intend to invest more into growing their companies than the provincial average in 2018, according to a report from the Business Development Bank of Canada.
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One of Ottawa’s newest prospects will be in attendance this year at hockey’s all-star annual showcase – working its magic in the stands rather than on the ice.
CEO sees BlackBerry's first appearance at the North American International Auto Show as the next stop on his roadmap for the company.
The 30-year-old firm has a team of 75 in Ottawa developing software to stop would-be fraudsters before they get started.
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Cyril Moukarzel is the cofounder LifeDNA, a firm that uses an algorithm to determine a blend of skincare lotions or personal supplements based on customers' genetic markers.
InitLive is a Wesley Clover portfolio company that develops software for managing and scheduling event staff, including a platform for on-the-ground messaging.