MadeMill, the on-site workshop and digital media lab inside the Innovation Centre at Bayview Yards, opened its doors Friday. Equipped with water-jet cutters, 3D printers and a variety of artistic and…
The message floating about social networks and news sites this week is that Amazon is coming to Ottawa.
But if you think this is the best deal on the Internet, what commenters had to say will blow your mind
Techopia Live’s producer Craig Lord (who is definitely not also writing this post) took the hotseat this week to talk about the biggest Ottawa tech
If your business is not growing, odds are it is slowly dying. In my years as a CEO, I’ve seen the early warning signs of both scenarios.
As companies scour the globe for markets that are both financially and physically safe to explore, Invest Ottawa says it’s helping local companies capitalize on shifting political tides.
Sir Richard Branson led the marquee on an all-star panel of entrepreneurs in Shopify’s Ottawa office on Thursday to launch Amplify, a new initiative aimed at promoting female entrepreneur
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.
The 2017 edition of the Branham300, an annual list of the top Canadian public and private ICT companies ranked by gross revenue, is a Capital bummer.
Consider redirecting funding to mid-market winners with proven track records, rather than endless startups, argues David Ross