Ottawa-based online marketplace has burned through nearly $20 million in capital since it was founded in 2017.
Ottawa company that connects owners and renters of everything from canoes to chainsaws has burnt through nearly $20 million since 2017, co-founder Bruce Linton says.
Serial entrepreneur says company needs someone at the top with a different skillset to guide it through its next phase of growth.
Company said this week it’s reached an agreement with Toronto-based Apolo III Acquisition Corp. to complete a reverse takeover.
One-third of respondents in recent poll said they previously didn’t think RVing was right for them but would now consider it.
Ottawa-based Ruckify is putting its rental platform to work for the United Way and its clients left vulnerable by the COVID-19 pandemic
In the latest Coping with COVID-19 video, OBJ talks with one of Ottawa’s highest-profile serial entrepreneurs about maintaining resilience in trying circumstances
Ottawa-based online rental marketplace Ruckify is joining forces with a Calgary company that touts itself as 'the Airbnb of RV rentals'
Two of Ottawa’s serial entrepreneurs are setting their sights on a public listing for their latest venture, citing a torrent of investor interest as grounds for their ambitious goals
You could feel a warm glow of optimism at this year’s Kaleidoscope of Hope Soirée: Start A Fire as organizers shone a critical light on an often dark issue — youth mental health and teen