A pair of Ottawa researchers are putting a spotlight on the barriers female business owners encounter when trying to grow their sales beyond Canada’s borders
A new source of federal funding means a boon of up to $3.5 million in grants for doctors, engineers and scientists at two of Ottawa’s post-secondary institutions and research institutes.
Two of Ottawa’s universities have received a total of $2.5 million in new funding aimed at training the next generation of tech entrepreneurs.
It was a proud and historic moment for Carleton University on Wednesday as it celebrated the successful close of its campaign to raise $300 million.
The Ontario Progressive Conservative government’s first budget contained a few items just for Ottawa, and several more that are bound to have an impact on local businesses.
Algonquin College president Cheryl Jensen announced Tuesday she will step down when her five-year term expires at the end of this year.
When I started my first company in 1991, the landscape for women business owners in our region looked very different.
Carleton University’s newish president was the keynote at the Mayor’s Breakfast in February, speaking to a jam-packed crowd of business leaders in city council chambers.
Already preparing to move into a swanky new home, Carleton University’s business school is set to install a new leader with a glittering resumé.
Carleton University has raised more than $300 million with a few months still to go in its Collaborate Campaign, the school’s president announced on Tuesday.