Participants in the second edition of the program aimed at helping female entrepreneurs scale their businesses will now be eligible for a total of $300,000 in funding – up from $200,000 last year.
Six-week program aims to arm women-led tech companies with fundamental business and investment skills and increase funding for female founders.
Startup hopes deal with Boehringer Ingelheim paves way for partnerships with other big health-care players as it launches $1M funding drive.
Ottawa program's second edition will culminate in a pitchfest with a minimum of $100,000 in investment on the table from local women angel investors.
Maker of mobile application that securely stores health information, schedules and other vital family data lands deals with the Canadian Forces and a local home-care provider.
Eight entrepreneurs from the National Capital Region are among 10 female business founders taking part in the new program.
Restaurant tech developer App8 took home a sizable pitchfest prize after beating out four other promising Ottawa startups Friday at TiECon Canada
Audrey Bond is taking another shot at building an app that she herself desperately needed many years ago