The deck is stacked against technology startups. Success is an unsure bet. To boost their odds of success, some startups join incubators and accelerators.
The Ottawa Business Journal spoke with industry veteran Leo Lax about how he is interpreting the data in the latest edition of Behind the Headlines podcast.
Companies in six-month program will gain access to technology and expertise from L-Spark’s partners aimed at creating and commercializing cutting-edge medical software and devices.
Ten startups accepted new program for women-led technology companies in the Kingston-Belleville-Brockville area.
L-Spark will go remote rather than cancel or postpone the graduation event for its graduating SaaS cohort
Erin Blaskie, the director of marketing at L-Spark and a staple of the Kanata North tech community, is heading downtown for her next post with up-and-coming startup
L-Spark and its corporate partners celebrated the first round of their secure IoT accelerator program Wednesday at the Brookstreet Hotel as they looked to the future with new program part
Kanata-based L-Spark is taking some space at Algonquin College to make its mark on the post-secondary institution’s entrepreneurship programs and connect students to opportunities with the accelera
From its origins as an upstart accelerator for Canadian SaaS firms to its new program partnering with BlackBerry QNX, Kanata’s L-Spark has never been one to rest on its laurels.
The L-Spark accelerator is widening its sectors of focus but keeping closer to Ottawa with the first four companies announced in its 2018 fall cohort, three of which call the National Capital Regio