Three of the capital’s rising software firms are among the first seven companies to run through a new accelerator program presented by Kanata-based L-Spark and BlackBerry QNX.
After 37 years in telecom and nearly a decade since helping to start one of Ottawa’s fastest-growing companies, Martello co-founder Niall Gallagher will retire from the firm later this mo
Ten of Ottawa’s best employers were honoured at the 12th annual Employees’ Choice Awards Dec. 6 at The Marshes Golf Club.
With the company’s stock still acclimating to the waters of the public market, Martello Technologies (
Ten deserving Ottawa companies, across sectors from high tech to retail, will be recognized this December as outstanding workplaces and employers.
Organizers for this year’s SaaS North have hit a 50-50 split for male and female speakers this year – a rare feat for a tech conference and a priority that will inform the annual event’s
Rushing between meetings in Los Angeles on a late October morning, Ottawa’s CEO of the Year paused to reflect on an opportunity lost.
For those who don’t deal directly in public securities, it can be easy to breeze over the intricacies of taking a company public.
For most Ottawa tech companies, a multimillion-dollar acquisition would be their version of a Stanley Cup championship.
In addition to a recent influx of public funds, Martello Technologies (