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With the application process for the third cohort of SheBoot now closed, co-founding partners in the program, Invest Ottawa and Capital Angel Network (CAN), have turned their attention to sifting…
A blind business date blossomed into a flourishing collaboration when local businessman Paul Hindo joined forces with a quantum physicist to break into the world of cybersecurity.
A new report says digital technology has become so widespread at such a rapid pace that Canadians have little idea what information is being collected about them or how it is used.
The deck is stacked against technology startups. Success is an unsure bet. To boost their odds of success, some startups join incubators and accelerators.
When bootstrapped tech entrepreneurs need to take the next step in their development, who do they turn to?
Watching the exodus of Ukrainian refugees, these volunteers wondered if Ottawa could provide a safe haven for people fleeing the war-torn country. Techopia Live talks with two volunteers.
Planetary Technologies has raised nearly $8 million in seed funding as it vies for tens of millions of dollars in prize money in a green-technology competition backed by Elon Musk.
Two female founders from Ottawa have a possible solution to traps many founders fall into, from organizational struggles to issues protecting intellectual property. It's called Fortress.Legal.
Long before COVID-19 became an omnipresent part of Canadian life, Meredith Thatcher could sense an emerging seismic shift in the way tenants used technology to reimagine traditional office space.
OBJ publisher Michael Curran talks with BluMetric CEO Scott McFabe about how his team plans to leverage the company's improved financial performance into new opportunities and growth potential.