Nick Quain

Invest Ottawa is teaming up with Ontario’s other economic development agencies to help scale a new generation of companies past $100 million in revenues.
Ottawa founders unsure where to start on building their businesses are finding their answers in a community born out of a new entrepreneurial boot camp from Invest Ottawa.
An upcoming shot at $150,000 could represent more than just a major payday for a lucky Ottawa startup.
Ottawa’s homegrown innovation conference is putting up a pretty purse for its annual pitchfest this year.
AccelerateOTT will shift farther downtown from its traditional home at Lansdowne Park’s Horticulture Building to the National Arts Centre on Elgin Street when the annual entrepreneurship
An Ottawa company’s goal to bring wellness services to your door – and on your schedule – is earning it acclaim in the early days of operations.
Next week’s AccelerateOTT conference is shaping to be the most well-attended yet as organizer
Invest Ottawa is introducing a new accelerator model that will focus the economic development agency’s resources on the city’s highest po
After nearly two decades of shuttling back and forth between Ottawa and Toronto building wireless communications firm CellWand into a national force, Nick Quain is turning his attention t
When Toronto-based CellWand launched its new app, The Ride, on Dec.14, many media reports dubbed it the taxi industry’s response to Uber.