Rewind

Former head of Capital Angel Network will be in charge of identifying promising startups that could fit under the Rewind umbrella as company looks to expand its customer base and product offerings.
While the amount of venture capital flowing into Canadian cities continued its brisk pace in the first quarter, Ottawa failed to crack the top 10 centres for VC raises.
After a down year in 2020, startups in the Ottawa region bounced back last year when it came to their ability to attract early stage investment rounds, a new report says.
If Ottawa's new generation of startups stick to their knitting, the city could soon have the most stable and diversified technology sector it has ever known.
Don’t let the name Rewind fool you. Amanda Gordon has in fact joined a very forward-thinking company as the new vice president of people for the Ottawa-based data protection software firm.
What makes them the best places to work for doesn’t necessarily all come down to money, rather philosophies and practices that keep their workforces happy and engaged. 
Data protection software company raises its 2021 funding haul to US$80-million as it looks to push into new markets.
Recipients were ranked according to their performance in areas such as leadership and planning, corporate culture, job satisfaction, training and pay and benefits. 
The 65-person local startup, which works mainly with Shopify merchants, announced this week it has acquired German software company BackHub.