Next-gen networks will revolutionize global communications, and Ottawa leaders believe local companies are primed to take advantage
The fifth-annual Accelerate Ottawa event offered valuable insights into growth hacking, a marketing and tech hybrid that emphasizes creative, empirical methods to rapidly test and evolve
Ottawa’s e-commerce story, some may believe, begins and ends with Shopify. Not so, says Smith – a Gatineau-based e-commerce services firm that’s building on more than two decades in the industry.
Jim Roche can appreciate if the executive team of a mid-sized company is skeptical about the
With a rapidly evolving tech landscape in front of him and public sector IT verging on archaic, Alex Benay has a big to-do list
The key to innovation isn’t building a perfect product. It’s solving a customer’s problem – specifically a problem they’re willing to pay you to solve.
Ottawa’s Advanced Symbolics is building a brisk business out of taking the pulse of public sentiment, and it’s doing so without ever picking up the phone.
Samsung has officially approved the You.i Engine as a solution for developing apps on its Tizen TV operating system, opening up a new marketplace for Kanata-based You.i TV.
If your software-as-a-service startup is getting the insatiable itch for growth, L-Spark wants you. The Kanata-based accelerator has opened applications for its Fall 2017 cohort.