Demand for Ottawa fintech venture's fraud-detection software on the rise as professional services firms are being forced to rethink the way they do business in the COVID-19 era.
MindBridge Ai, Ranovus and You.i TV have been named to take part in program based at Toronto’s MaRS Discovery District.
Local producer of fraud-detection software joins elite group of past honourees on World Economic Forum list that includes Google and Twitter.
2020 Forty Under 40 recipient
MindBridge Ai officially opened its London office on Tuesday, with company officials touting the move as a 'bridge into Europe' as the firm looks to broaden its global customer base
Techopia editor Craig Lord reflects on the past five years of covering Ottawa's tech sector
Despite a strong start to the year for Ottawa companies raising venture capital, the second half of 2019 saw a sharp decline in funding for local firms
Three of Ottawa’s most well-funded companies are ranked among Canada’s biggest IPO prospects, according to the 2020 edition of the Narwhal List
A $29.6M funding haul earlier this year is helping the Ottawa-based startup make its mark in the AI space
Benay left MindBridge after just three months on the job for a newly created role as the head of global consulting giant KPMG’s Canadian digital and government services practice