Ottawa-based online marketplace has burned through nearly $20 million in capital since it was founded in 2017.
Ottawa company that connects owners and renters of everything from canoes to chainsaws has burnt through nearly $20 million since 2017, co-founder Bruce Linton says.
Serial entrepreneur says company needs someone at the top with a different skillset to guide it through its next phase of growth.
Company said this week it’s reached an agreement with Toronto-based Apolo III Acquisition Corp. to complete a reverse takeover.
One-third of respondents in recent poll said they previously didn’t think RVing was right for them but would now consider it.
Ottawa-based Ruckify is putting its rental platform to work for the United Way and its clients left vulnerable by the COVID-19 pandemic
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Ottawa-based online rental marketplace Ruckify is joining forces with a Calgary company that touts itself as 'the Airbnb of RV rentals'
He might no longer be in charge of the country’s largest cannabis firm, but Bruce Linton made one thing abundantly clear during a humorous and insightful keynote address to a business cro
Two of Ottawa’s serial entrepreneurs are setting their sights on a public listing for their latest venture, citing a torrent of investor interest as grounds for their ambitious goals