Advice for startups looking to continue to grow their business amidst the pandemic.
Local business support organizations unveil bootcamp for Ottawa women interested in all things investment
Ottawa’s local network of angel investors cracked a significant milestone in 2019 as it heads towards a decade of supporting the capital’s up-and-coming startups
Techopia Live covered emerging sectors, re-emerging entrepreneurs and even a surprise or two over the first half of 2019
Entrepreneurs seeking to tap new markets in fields ranging from boating safety to blockchain-integrated data management pitched their ideas to a packed ballroom Wednesday in L-Spark’s ann
Ottawa’s angels were in a blessing mood in 2018.
Despite common age restrictions for young entrepreneurs, three Ottawa teenagers have launched a startup to help parents find babysitters in their neighbourhoods.
In its most active year yet, the Capital Angel Network invested $3.3 million in 20 companies, giving many up-and-coming local startups their first taste of funding.
With more than double the number of participants and new sponsors on board, momentum is growing for the Technovation program, organizer Jennifer Francis said Monday.
A team of girls from Merivale High School not only walked away with the top prize at the Technovation Challenge Showcase and Competition at Carleton University on Sunday, but they might get some hi