In Ottawa, 24 companies have landed a combined $91 million in VC funding from January to the end of September, according to the latest Canadian Venture Capital Report compiled by CPE Analytics.
A total of 16 local companies landed VC financing in the first six months of this year, up from a dozen in the first half of 2019.
Timely pivot during COVID-19 crisis helped pave the way for software firm's continued expansion.
Capital's VC haul down more than 75 per cent from the first quarter of last year.
Despite a strong start to the year for Ottawa companies raising venture capital, the second half of 2019 saw a sharp decline in funding for local firms
The Ottawa Business Journal and Ottawa Board of Trade have announced the recipients of the 2019-20 Employees’ Choice Awards, an annual recognition of the region’s best places to work
Solink is no stranger to OBJ’s fastest-growing companies list.
Ottawa’s talent-hungry tech sector gathered once again for this year’s Discover TechNATA event on Tuesday morning, with a sizeable turnout for Ottawa’s biggest technology expo and career
One of Ottawa’s fastest-growing companies has gone back to the well of its existing investors for a follow-on round of financing.
Solink’s “land and expand” strategy continued to serve the fast-growing video intelligence firm in 2018.