Lead to Win
Six-year-old startup's revenues continue to skyrocket as it works with some of the international space industry's leading firms.
With more than double the number of participants and new sponsors on board, momentum is growing for the Technovation program, organizer Jennifer Francis said Monday.
The organizer of a business match-making event between Arab Israeli and Ottawa tech companies said Wednesday the event succeeded beyond expectations.
Sky’s the limit for robotics startup: Carleton student lands $500,000 contract for space agency software design
A new Canadian space industry startup based in Ottawa has its sights set high after landing its first major contract with the Canadian Space Agency.
Forging a legacy of success: Brian Hurley has become a force to be reckoned with in the Ottawa tech community
Business has been in Brian Hurley’s blood for as long as he can remember. “One of my goals was always to be as entrepreneurial as possible,” he says.
Everybody’s favourite supercomputer, Watson, is being tagged as a transformative technology after a successful run in Surrey, B.C., Purple Forge president and CEO Brian Hurley said Monday night.