Several Chinese billionaires were in Ottawa Tuesday, meeting with the city’s business leaders and eying investment opportunities in the nation’s capital.
“TiECon’s goal is to connect Ottawa entrepreneurs to what’s happening in the world,” says Bharat Rudra, president of TiE Ottawa. And you can’t put it much simpler than that.
After five years as head of Invest Ottawa, Bruce Lazenby vacated the CEO’s chair on June 30.
Two local startups are among the companies selected for the C100 48 Hours in the Valley winter 2015 cohort.
The CEO and co-founder of FreshBooks says that Toronto and Ottawa can “eat Silicon Valley’s lunch” when it comes to starting and scaling technology companies.
When Vivek Kundra started working in the White House in 2009, President Barack Obama was fighting "tooth-and-nail" to keep his BlackBerry.
Eight companies from the first cohort of L-Spark, the Kanata-based incubator and accelerator program, walked across the stage at the SaaS Showcase on Thursday night.
The Silicon Valley landscape is dotted with tech giants with a strong mass-consumer connection.
Lee Silverstone was at the Montreal International Startup Festival last year when a chance meeting changed the trajectory of his business.
About 100 of the city’s brightest business minds gathered in a ByWard Market office in late June, cloaked in excitement and curiosity about a sector many are calling a potential game-changer: weara