Finding a happy balance that works for everyone will require a lot of “trial and error,” Invest Ottawa's Nick Quain said at the launch of the Ottawa Business Growth Survey report.
OBJ publisher Michael Curran recently gathered a panel of local business leaders to determine how Ottawa is faring amid the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing economic crisis.
An earlier economic shock permanently changed the trajectory of Nick Quain's startup. Here are the lessons he learned that will apply to many companies in 2020.
Local economic development agencies are doing their best to help give the city’s fledgling biotech and medical devices sector a leg up
Finding investors willing to play the long game can be a challenge
Invest Ottawa is teaming up with Ontario’s other economic development agencies to help scale a new generation of companies past $100 million in revenues.
Ottawa founders unsure where to start on building their businesses are finding their answers in a community born out of a new entrepreneurial boot camp from Invest Ottawa.
An upcoming shot at $150,000 could represent more than just a major payday for a lucky Ottawa startup.
Ottawa’s homegrown innovation conference is putting up a pretty purse for its annual pitchfest this year.
AccelerateOTT will shift farther downtown from its traditional home at Lansdowne Park’s Horticulture Building to the National Arts Centre on Elgin Street when the annual entrepreneurship