Klipfolio

The tech firms snapping up office space in Ottawa’s central business district will soon face greater competition for accommodations if the federal government resumes its expansion in the core, acco
It seems like only yesterday I was watching the screening of Sarah Polley’s Stories We Tell at the World Exchange Plaza movie theatre while dipping into a bag of licorice.
Ottawa’s entrepreneurs have the right mindsets to launch and scale up their businesses, but the startup community could use a bit more cohesion, according to the latest report from a global entrepr
Sooner or later, just about every company has to move its office.
Klipfolio, the Ottawa-based developer of business analytics dashboards, debuted its new 17,000-square-foot space in the World Exchange Plaza to guests at a Techopia VIP event on Thursday night.
Year two of SaaS North nearly doubled the exhibitors’ space and inspired a fresh crop of startups, but organizers and attendees say the Ottawa-based conference has a bigger ambition: turning global
Three Ottawa firms have landed among the country’s hottest startups, according to Deloitte Canada’s annual ranking of Canada’s 50 fastest-growing companies.
I firmly believe that diversity and inclusion are good for a company.
I read every evening, usually before going to bed.
The fifth-annual Accelerate Ottawa event offered valuable insights into growth hacking, a marketing and tech hybrid that emphasizes creative, empirical methods to rapidly test and evolve