Michael Curran

The awards highlight the innovation, leadership and success of dozens of companies in Ottawa and recognize organizations that are driving economic and community growth. 
Microsoft 365 and Teams have become essential to most companies, especially given the reality of remote work. So what happens when these platforms become unstable or don't work?
The Ottawa business community turned out to the World Partnership Golf tournament in support of the Aga Khan Foundation Canada, which aims to end cycles of poverty in Africa and Asia.
After leading their ventures to new heights despite the pandemic, the founders of some of Ottawa’s top companies took time out to kick back, relax and celebrate their accomplishments on Monday night.
“It doesn’t end tonight; it starts tonight,” OBJ publisher Michael Curran told recipients. "If you’re a recipient here tonight, this is a cohort you belong to.
Calian Group CEO Kevin Ford has set a bold goal. Through organic growth and acquisitions, the company wants to achieve $1 billion in annual revenues.
The deck is stacked against technology startups. Success is an unsure bet. To boost their odds of success, some startups join incubators and accelerators.
This year marks the 25th edition of the awards, which have become widely recognized as the region’s most sought-after business accolade for people under the age of 40.  
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.
OBJ and the Ottawa Board of Trade are on the hunt for outstanding employers who are creating engaging, challenging and safe work environments.