The University of Ottawa plans to unveil its new collaborative office space in Kanata North this spring, just months after it announced plans to expand to Canada’s largest technology park.
Kanata North’s business leaders say a new report that puts a dollar figure on the area’s economic impact should warrant a fresh look at infrastructure investment in the region
While Ottawa’s real estate market tends to be more affordable than Toronto and Vancouver, the high wages paid to the city’s top talent actually make the city an expensive choice for most tech firms
Attendees can expect to see a combination of tech giants and startups sharing the exhibition space.
Hoping to implement an IP strategy rather than applying for patents ad hoc, Zighra reached out to Stratford Managers
Intellectual Property (IP) is one of the most valuable assets of an innovative company. However, IP is very complex and it can be challenging to manage cost-effectively.
One of Kanata’s fastest growing firms is moving, but not far: You.i TV has a new home, with plenty of space for its freshly expanded team.
Member365 will soon join the ranks of the Kanata North tech park, as the Ottawa-based SaaS firm graduates from its home in the
Lured by local talent and with an eye on future growth, an American telecom and cloud services firm has tapped Ottawa for its latest global expansion.
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