Jenna Sudds

The organization's inaugural executive director approached new BIA as a 'startup' and helped brand Kanata North as a hub for autonomous vehicles.
Next-gen networks will revolutionize global communications, and Ottawa leaders believe local companies are primed to take advantage
Almost exactly one year ago, we published an article asking the question, “Can Ottawa be an autonomous vehicle hub?” Today, with Ford’s announcement that it would be investing $337.9 million to build…
Companies such as Neptec and QNX Software Systems brought their test vehicles to the showroom floor to show off the work candidates could potentially get their hands on.
Techopia Live shifted its day and location to take a roadtrip to Kanata North's Technata tech expo and talent hunt. The event was packed with more than 60 exhibitors and hundreds of candidates…
Ottawa’s main economic development agency is joining forces with the city’s largest BIA in an effort to lure tech workers from other North American hot spots such as Silicon Valley.
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Thirst for talent speaks to area’s growth and prosperity
Ottawa could be on its way to becoming a hub for the self-driving car industry if Kanata North BIA executive director Jenna Sudds has her way.
The Kanata North BIA commissioned Doyletech Corporation to perform a market gap analysis study alongside its economic impact study to assess what’s still missing in the local tech hub.