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Kanata-based L-Spark is refocusing its accelerator to find the best software-as-a-service firms in Canada
Ottawa founders unsure where to start on building their businesses are finding their answers in a community born out of a new entrepreneurial boot camp from Invest Ottawa.
L-Spark is adding another accelerator program to its repertoire, this time teaming up with Telus, fellow Ottawa firm Solace and existing partner BlackBerry on a new offering targeting Int
Entrepreneurs seeking to tap new markets in fields ranging from boating safety to blockchain-integrated data management pitched their ideas to a packed ballroom Wednesday in L-Spark’s ann
Techopia Live went on tour this past week to OneEleven Ottawa, the latest accelerator in the capital’s ever-changing ecosystem.
As pressure on Ontario’s healthcare system rises amid concerns of overcrowding in hospitals, one Ottawa startup is finding its niche in improving at-home care for patients with complex ca
An Ottawa-based SaaS developer is headed to the Big Apple to join the next cohort of a national accelerator program.
Invest Ottawa has added another four startups to its rolling accelerator program, bringing the total number of companies under its umbrella to nearly 50.
From its origins as an upstart accelerator for Canadian SaaS firms to its new program partnering with BlackBerry QNX, Kanata’s L-Spark has never been one to rest on its laurels.
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.