The spreading COVID-19 pandemic has closed the doors on the capital’s business hub as Invest Ottawa looks to remote options to support the city’s fledgling startups through the uncertainty.
Local business support organizations unveil bootcamp for Ottawa women interested in all things investment
The local economic development agency’s home at Bayview Yards is bursting at the seams heading into 2020
Techopia Live went down to CAV Canada this week to see first-hand how the capital’s automotive tech cluster is motoring along
Tech enthusiasts around the region are gearing up for Ottawa’s own auto show next week
Invest Ottawa is teaming up with Ontario’s other economic development agencies to help scale a new generation of companies past $100 million in revenues.
When I started my first company in 1991, the landscape for women business owners in our region looked very different.
With the growing popularity of International Women’s Day events around Ottawa, a few local business leaders recently started asking the question, “Why just one day?”
An Ottawa company’s goal to bring wellness services to your door – and on your schedule – is earning it acclaim in the early days of operations.
Bayview Yards is looking for a new vendor to run its digital media laboratory and manufacturing shop roughly one year after the facilities first opened.