Ottawa startups and enterprises may find it easier to harness the power of big data to grow their businesses after Algonquin College announced Tuesday it’s building a Data Analytics Centre with the…
Two Ottawa companies will receive $1.45 million from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario, Ottawa Centre MP Catherine McKenna announced Friday, and the money is expe
Lee Silverstone was at the Montreal International Startup Festival last year when a chance meeting changed the trajectory of his business.
About 100 of the city’s brightest business minds gathered in a ByWard Market office in late June, cloaked in excitement and curiosity about a sector many are calling a potential game-changer: weara
PopKey, Wipebook and Gymtrack were the big winners at ProductHunt Ottawa’s season-ending awards last Friday night.
An Ottawa-based startup dedicated to changing how people exercise announced Monday it has secured $2.5 million in its first round of seed funding.
Building a successful business usually requires a lot of heavy lifting, but the young entrepreneurs behind a new Ottawa startup are taking that analogy more literally than most.