Software enterprise is the only Ottawa company on new list of 35 high-growth Canadian tech firms with the best chance of reaching $1 billion in annual revenues based on current growth trends.
In the wake of Ottawa software firm’s latest blue-chip customer win, Leyton Perris believes MindBridge is taking another step closer to the mainstream.
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.
Recipients were ranked according to their performance in areas such as leadership and planning, corporate culture, job satisfaction, training and pay and benefits.
In Ottawa, 24 companies have landed a combined $91 million in VC funding from January to the end of September, according to the latest Canadian Venture Capital Report compiled by CPE Analytics.
A total of 16 local companies landed VC financing in the first six months of this year, up from a dozen in the first half of 2019.
Timely pivot during COVID-19 crisis helped pave the way for software firm's continued expansion.
Capital's VC haul down more than 75 per cent from the first quarter of last year.
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
The Ottawa Business Journal and Ottawa Board of Trade have announced the recipients of the 2019-20 Employees’ Choice Awards, an annual recognition of the region’s best places to work