Capital Angels Network
Noibu Technologies creates 3D virtual tours of high-end retailers’ brick-and-mortar stores.
The governments of Canada and Quebec are financing a Gatineau-based firm in hopes of fending off the next generation of cyber attacks.
Ottawa’s Transparent Kitchen received its first bit of funding from a local source, taking home the Capital Angel Network pitch award at the organization’s most recent meeting.
Local startups in IoT, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity were of interest to Ottawa's angel investors last year.
Ottawa-based Relogix has put sensors to work to give corporate real estate firms a better sense of how workspace is really being used.
The organization's members invested $1.5 million across 17 companies last year.
Startups move fast. Investors? Well, traditionally less so.
If you’re looking for funding, sometimes your best shot is an angel. But more often than not, your prayers fall flat and investors aren’t impressed.
It’s not every day a kangaroo makes an appearance in the capital. But then again, The Better Software Company’s Steve Cody is not your average CEO.
Steve Cody wants you to use better software to run your business.