Firm that makes high-tech sensors that test the quality of concrete still heading for double-digit revenue growth despite pandemic.
The accolades just keep pouring in for an Ottawa-based concrete sensor developer that is the region’s highest-ranked firm in the Globe and Mail’s inaugural list of Canada’s top-growing companies
Giatec co-founder Pouria Ghods said one of the factors helping the firm grow is the attractiveness of its solution to an industry facing a talent crunch
Nick Noreau is on a mission to make Spartan Bioscience a household name in DNA testing.
An Ottawa tech firm is teaming with a renowned group of Montreal-based artificial intelligence researchers to bring AI to the concrete industry.
Techopia’s annual tech-firms-to-watch list is about more than high-potential startups.
Before signing off for the year, Techopia Live assembled a panel to share the highlights from the year in tech that was and give predictions on what 2019 might have in store.
One of Ottawa’s hottest tech firms announced Monday that it’s bringing one of the city’s most vaunted tech executives back into the game to lead the company’s scaling efforts.
Two Ottawa firms will reap the rewards of the federal government’s latest round of spending aimed at promoting clean tech.
While nearly two dozen established Ottawa firms are proving themselves among the fastest-growing in Canada, the National Capital Region was shut out of a list ranking up-and-coming Canadian startup