Restaurant tech developer App8 took home a sizable pitchfest prize after beating out four other promising Ottawa startups Friday at TiECon Canada
Four immigrants making an impact on Ottawa’s economy – leaders in fields from data analytics to stonemasonry – were honoured Friday morning at TiECon Canada.
The organizers of Ottawa’s annual TiECon Canada conference have extended the deadline an extra week for the 2019 pitchfest, which promises an even bigger prize than previous years’ events
Executives from a trio of local companies with global customers delivered a straightforward message on opening night at TiECon: Ottawa has the technology – and the talent – to take on the world.
Let’s end the suspense: The winner of the TiECon Canada 2018 pitchfest is Aetonix! CEO Michel Paquet took the stage with his fellow pitchers to accept the award.
Beth Comstock knows a thing or two about making an impact at big companies.
City officials recently paid tribute to the community impact and contributions of four local businesspeople with roots outside of Canada.
The possibility of solving a $3.7-trillion global problem was too good to pass up for the judges at TieCon Canada 2015’s Pitch Fest last Friday.
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.