Ottawa-based video-production equipment maker has grown its headcount by 50 per cent in the past four years.
Karla Briones and David Ross say they're more resilient businesspeople after the COVID-19 crisis put them to the test in ways they never could have imagined.
Ross's connection to Toronto-based firm goes back decades and is a key part of Ottawa company's 'origin story,' CEO says.
CEO David Ross credits employees' innovative solutions for helping the firm post revenue growth of 3.9 per cent in fiscal 2020.
A growing number of local tech execs say they’re looking at options such as four-day weeks in a bid to help employees maintain better work-life balance.
While company's revenues dropped 30 per cent once the pandemic hit, its expenses fell by an even greater proportion.
Ross says much of the work for its approximately 830 employees has stopped, but the company has avoided layoffs.
As the number of Canadians infected with COVID-19 continues to rise, e-commerce powerhouse Shopify is among a number of local companies asking their workers to stay home, while another major Ottawa
'Canada is breeding herbivores for United States carnivores,' David Ross told the crowd at the Mayor's Breakfast Series on Tuesday morning
Chief executive David Ross says the company will put the fresh funding towards its next generation of products, highlighting his excitement about 4K TV and cloud technologies