Some of the capital’s biggest innovation champions will take the stage for the ISPIM Connects Ottawa conference Apr. 7-10.
Software that got its start at Carleton and carried on by a local firm saves U.S. Department of Defense $12 million per year
From its humble beginnings as the Open Source Business Resource to its status today as an internationally acclaimed journal for academics and businesspeople alike, the Technology Innovation…
In just its second year, a new degree offered through Carleton University’s Technology Innovation Management program is attracting significant interest, though its explosive growth may lead to tough…
Creating prototypes, finding clients, building revenue streams, getting to scale – starting a business isn’t easy. It can all be very daunting, especially to a new entrepreneur.
The organizer of a business match-making event between Arab Israeli and Ottawa tech companies said Wednesday the event succeeded beyond expectations.
Forging a legacy of success: Brian Hurley has become a force to be reckoned with in the Ottawa tech community
Business has been in Brian Hurley’s blood for as long as he can remember. “One of my goals was always to be as entrepreneurial as possible,” he says.
Everybody’s favourite supercomputer, Watson, is being tagged as a transformative technology after a successful run in Surrey, B.C., Purple Forge president and CEO Brian Hurley said Monday night.
The capital’s new cybersecurity society has ramped up plans to turn Canada into a “global leader” in the sector not even two years after the initial idea was hatched.
Carleton University’s Lead to Win program launched a new initiative this week that has “huge” potential for the companies involved, program director Tony Bailetti says.