From a company that welcomes dogs at work to a business that literally breaks down barriers with wall-free office space, the efforts made by bosses to keep their employees happy were celebrated at
OBJ-Ottawa Chamber of Commerce
An eager and ecstatic group of young entrepreneurs was out to prove that Ottawa isn’t just a government town, but a city full of big dreams worth chasing, at Friday’s 20th annual
For 20 straight years, the Ottawa Business Journal has been honouring the top 40 professionals under the age of 40 to highlight the talent within the National Capital Region.
Ottawa Business Journal is once again on the lookout for the region’s fastest-growing business stars.
Eight years ago, David Ross decided he needed to do something dramatic to shake his company out of the doldrums.
Michael Potter has held many titles in his career: Chief executive, Philanthropist of the Year and even Honorary Colonel in the Royal Canadian Air Force.
With preparations for one of the largest celebrations of local businesses underway, OBJ and the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce are asking firms in the region to share their success stories.
As the city’s main economic development agency, Invest Ottawa is responsible for selling the world on the merits of doing business in the nation’s capital.
After five years as the capital’s “VP of sales,” Bruce Lazenby stayed true to form in his last major public appearance as head of Invest Ottawa on Thursday, touting the city’s strengths and urging
Accu-Rate Corporation CEO Marie Boivin was sworn in Thursday as the new chair of the board of directors of the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce.