In an increasingly tight Ottawa talent market, most startups opting for co-operation rather than competition
Aimee Deziel, Nik Nanos and Bruce Townsend are among those taking on new positions at Ottawa businesses in recent months
Among the Ottawa tech firms opening their doors this year are Shopify, FarmLead and Giatec Scientific.
Techopia talks to CEO Brennan Turner about how the growing startup brings farm life to its employees – and vice-versa
Core features include a more competitive application process, a milestone-based approach and expert support across a range of business areas.
Three of Ottawa’s tech leaders were on hand at the most recent Industry, Issues and Insights event to discuss their experiences in scaling and solidifying their young companies into bona fide firms.
Having outgrown its first digs at Invest Ottawa’s incubator space, FarmLead picked up its roots and moved into a new office space this week.
The fifth-annual Accelerate Ottawa event offered valuable insights into growth hacking, a marketing and tech hybrid that emphasizes creative, empirical methods to rapidly test and evolve
The list of speakers, which includes local champions as well as global leaders in entrepreneurship, is highlighted by a keynote address from Eamonn Carey, managing director of Techstars. Carey has…
Local firm lands $6.5M financing round for app that allows buyers and sellers of crops to directly negotiate their own deals