Marc Gingras

Fledgling Ottawa startup's software platform is designed to keep better track of workers who are spread across multiple locations.
Deal comes just three months after Foko closed a $3-million funding round aimed at pushing its platform into new verticals and penetrating deeper into U.S. and European markets.
Software firm's communications platform aimed at traditional retail businesses located in physical stores remains in high demand even as e-commerce flourishes in the COVID era.
The firm launched a new app this week called Get Working, a combination desk-booking and COVID-19 screening platform.
I, like a lot of CEOs in the tech community, recently saw The Inventor, Alex Gibney’s documentary about the rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes, whose company Theranos went from a
When I was running my first startup out of university, I was uncertain of so many things.
A Gatineau-based retail software firm is expanding to Europe this month in response to strong brick-and-mortar demand overseas.
Gatineau-based startup Foko Retail believes untapped customer insights from brick-and-mortar stores are the secret to both sustaining retail chains and maintaining its own impressive grow
Foko counts numerous big-name brands among its client roster, including David’s Tea, Dior, Esprit, Fabletics, Helly Hansen, Indigo, Nike, Uniqlo and Whole Foods.