SaaS

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These days, startups are often launched with little more than a great idea and some sweat equity. 
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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.
If you consider raising early stage funding, here are some of the ways to increase your odds of success.
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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?  
Year two of SaaS North nearly doubled the exhibitors’ space and inspired a fresh crop of startups, but organizers and attendees say the Ottawa-based conference has a bigger ambition: Turning global…
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With SaaS North getting underway today, Erin Blaskie of Kanata startup accelerator L-SPARK argues that Ottawa has all the necessary ingredients to be a dominant software city.
L-Spark grads walked across the stage Tuesday night, but pitched their businesses – not their caps – as the latest cohort graduated from the Kanata-based SaaS accelerator.
L-Spark's SaaS Showcase is just more than a week away, when the Kanata accelerator touts the best of its cohort of companies in an event that is both pitchfest and celebration.
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.