Participants are coming in to the program with the skills and ambition to build a successful startup, the program lead says.
On Monday's Techopia Live, the University of Ottawa's new Startup Garage cohort put down their boxes and picked up our microphone for a few minutes to chat about their companies and their goals for…
An Ottawa software company is putting its product in the heat of the moment, helping football coaches and coordinators make smarter plays from the sidelines.
A great idea alone does not make for a successful company.
When students Alida Burke and Corey Ellis were on a visit to Nunavut two years ago to research ideas for social entrepreneurship in northern communities, one thing stood o
A speed pitch contest at a ballpark might conjure up thoughts of 98-mile-per-hour fastballs, but pitches of a different kind were delivered earlier this week at Raymond Grant Chabot Thornto