Startup leaders need to have the mindset that their company could receive an offer from a potential buyer at any time, longtime Ottawa entrepreneur says.
The company Flick affectionately refers to as his “third child” landed more than US$50 million in venture capital before being acquired by WarnerMedia last month.
Since its founding in 2008, the 200-person company has built a high-profile list of customers that includes AT&T, Fox and Toronto’s Corus Entertainment.
A growing number of local tech execs say they’re looking at options such as four-day weeks in a bid to help employees maintain better work-life balance.
The Federal Economic Development Agency of Southern Ontario is providing loans worth a total of $11.2 million to the three Kanata-based tech companies.
Ottawa tech CEOs are joining their counterparts across the province in calling on the Ontario government for immediate relief to maintain the sectors’ operations through the COVID-19 disruptions
You.i TV’s bid to become the dominant software platform in the sports media market is getting a boost from a broadcasting giant.
You.i TV has hired two seasoned video services executives to boost the firm’s global sales team following a banner fiscal 2018.
Robertson Martin Architects embraces challenge to make ‘art meet science’ in You.i TV’s Kanata headquarters
With fresh funding from some high-ranking sports executives, You.i TV is looking to add up to 100 employees to its bench in a play to dominate the sports media market.