Digital merchants using Shopify’s popular e-commerce platform in the U.S. will have a new way to reach customers later this year.
A group of insiders in the Ottawa gaming industry is setting out to fix a glaring glitch in the local sector: A worrying scarcity of women working in games.
Four visiting academic and research chairs will come to Carleton University, including an entrepreneurship chair at the Sprott School of Business, as part of a $16-million, 25-year partne
CENGN president and CEO Ritch Dusome and Nokia's vice-president of mobile strategy Rob Cameron took the orange seats this week to talk about the activity in Ottawa surrounding next-generation…
Having outgrown its first digs at Invest Ottawa’s incubator space, FarmLead picked up its roots and moved into a new office space this week.
Sampford Advisors’ annual survey of Canadian tech CEOs shows that raising capital and acquiring talent are top of mind of the nation’s executives.
UnCo. assembles customized wardrobe capsules with mixes of tops, pants, skirts and dresses from partner brands, many of which are women-led clothing companies.
An Ottawa cybersecurity company is taking its solution to market with the feds behind it, thanks to a program focused on giving startups their first step into the industry.
The thousands of travellers passing through the Ottawa International Airport daily will get a peek at one of the city’s top technology companies as well as a piece of Hollywood hardware.
Open-source solutions gain ground on industry leader