Michael Tremblay

As the National Capital Region approaches a population of two million, property developers and managers are rethinking how to create an urban environment for a new generation of workers and residents
'If you can’t show it, nobody’s going to buy it.'
Ottawa-based employees worked primarily on the Alexa voice platform, which powers Amazon’s Echo “smart” speaker that connects with home automation and web services
"Work in Ottawa" campaign, launched last year to attract U.S. talent to Canada's capital, is grabbing attention south of the border, Invest Ottawa CEO says.
Techopia Live was your backstage pass at AccelerateOTT, interviewing Ottawa’s business leaders and visiting startup gurus
OneEleven can be the next stage of a “feeder system” for L-Spark and Invest Ottawa grads looking to scale up, executive says
“Unless we have a way of scaling up the resources in the city, retaining the ones we have and recruiting more and more capability in the city, we’re going to struggle to reach our full potential.”
CEO Michael Tremblay's goals are to create more “sustainable,” high-value jobs in Canada’s capital and build greater global awareness that Ottawa is “the best place to live and work.”
In preview of new strategic plan, CEO Michael Tremblay said organization should avoid putting too many resources behind locally oriented companies.
A new program that will see local startups tap directly into the computing power of Big Blue to develop cutting-edge technologies in fields such as artificial intelligence and big-data analytics made…