A made-in-Ottawa application for online retail has attracted the eye of a well-heeled Silicon Valley investor
Some of the University of Ottawa’s top entrepreneurial talent will be taking their early stage businesses to Silicon Valley this spring.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will make a pitch to Silicon Valley talent during his discussions today in San Francisco, including face-to-face meetings with the head of Amazon and eBay.
CEO Zander Lurie tells Techopia that the company’s presence in the Capital will likely double over the next two years.
While there are some patterns that are well worth copying and mimicking, blindly following what goes on in Silicon Valley in the hope it will work for you is a costly mistake that can be avoided.
A high-profile Silicon Valley accelerator has come to Ottawa, and its first cohort is ready to pitch.
Four years ago, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist returned to Canada to start something bold: An Ottawa-based fund with a focus on Canadian startups.
New administration could mean new opportunities, more talent for local firms: Tech execs
The Ottawa team behind an app that turns spare change into digital currency is joining a California accelerator that’s also making a “significant” investment in the company.
Amid the celebrations Thursday night at the Westin Hotel, where more than two dozen local residents and companies were feted at the Best Ottawa Business A