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Startup lands $1.25-million in seed funding for platform designed to cut the time it takes to create corporate training courses from months to days.
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Plan would see autonomous buses run along March Road and Highway 417 as well as an AV shuttle service that would ferry workers around the area's tech park.
The six-week bootcamp, which runs from Sept. 13 to Oct. 23, is designed to help women business leaders secure funding for their startups.
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Backcountry Wok expects to hit the U.S. market within the next month with direct-to-consumer shipping as it pursues distribution deals with American retailers.
Participants in the second edition of the program aimed at helping female entrepreneurs scale their businesses will now be eligible for a total of $300,000 in funding – up from $200,000 last year.
Finding a happy balance that works for everyone will require a lot of “trial and error,” Invest Ottawa's Nick Quain said at the launch of the Ottawa Business Growth Survey report.
The virtual world creates so much opportunity, but also introduces interesting challenges, writes Mark Sutcliffe.
Six-week program aims to arm women-led tech companies with fundamental business and investment skills and increase funding for female founders.
Local SMEs with 150 or fewer employees will be eligible to receive the devices, which deliver results within 15 minutes.