These days, startups are often launched with little more than a great idea and some sweat equity.
Richards, the founder behind Ottawa startups numbercrunch and Givopoly, will take over the role from Nokia Networks’ David Ritonja
It’s an unfortunate scenario in business: An entrepreneur or company founder receiving less money than they deserve because they realized too late that they were woefully unprepared to sell.
Startup founders often grapple with an expertise gap on their leadership team when it comes to raising capital.
Business owners are continuously seeking ways to innovate their company’s products and services. But what about their spending?
For many entrepreneurs the idea of mapping out a year-long budget for your business can sound pretty pointless. Things rarely go according to plan anyway, so why bother?
Critical metrics for software-as-a-service startups
In the midst of great success and innovation, it’s easy to lose sight of the sacrifices that entrepreneurs make when they set out to launch a business.
Spurred by backlash to the federal government’s proposed tax changes, the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance has launched a campaign calling for the government to pause and reset its priorities on…
We talked to three experts who outlined how these changes might affect SMEs and professionals, and how they hope the dialogue surrounding “fair play” might change in the future.