venture capital

Members of Canada's tech sector say that anxiety is being felt across the industry as rising interest rates and 30-year inflation highs weigh on businesses.
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.
Pension fund manager says it is looking to make investments in the sector comprise seven to 10 per cent of its net assets over the next five to 10 years, up from about three per cent today.
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.
While the white-collar world of venture capital financing might seem as far removed from the combat theatre of special military operations as Afghanistan is from Bay Street, Glenn Cowan knows better.
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.
The rankings mark a bounceback for Ottawa, which had been a fixture on the top-10 list for several years until it found itself out in the cold in 2021's first-half report.
Techopia takes a look at a month to remember for the city's venture capital scene.
Startup that helps managers at Shopify and other companies host more productive employee meetings has seen its customer count triple during the pandemic.
Co-founder of biotech startup iBIONICS replaces former CAN boss Nolan Beanlands, who left the organization earlier this month.