Leader of Ottawa-based online health-care firm has spearheaded firm's growth into a multinational enterprise that provides nutritional supplements and treatment plans to millions of patients.
While the amount of venture capital flowing into Canadian cities continued its brisk pace in the first quarter, Ottawa failed to crack the top 10 centres for VC raises.
After a down year in 2020, startups in the Ottawa region bounced back last year when it came to their ability to attract early stage investment rounds, a new report says.
Ottawa’s Fullscript chasing magic $1B revenue mark after ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ acquisition of U.S. firm
Deal will raise online health-care platform's annual revenues from $300 million to $600 million while boosting its headcount from about 600 to 950.
If Ottawa's new generation of startups stick to their knitting, the city could soon have the most stable and diversified technology sector it has ever known.
Techopia takes a look at a month to remember for the city's venture capital scene.
The round is among the biggest ever for an Ottawa firm, eclipsing major deals such as Assent Compliance’s $160-million raise three years ago and Shopify’s $100-million series-C round in 2013.
Mobile app and web portal allow health-care practitioners such as naturopaths, health coaches, dietitians, nutritionists and others to track an array of metrics on a single dashboard.
Queen's University engineering grad most recently served as vice-president of product management at fintech firm MindBridge Ai.
Hunter also served as CFO and chief operating officer at local health-tech startup Privacy Analytics, where he oversaw the company’s sale to U.S.-based IMS Health.