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Toronto Startup Pushes To Sell Innovative Paywall System To Major US Media Companies

This article was written by Andrew Seale and originally published by the Toronto Star’s Star Business Club.  It’s a question that has been daunting online publishers for nearly two decades now — how does an industry that has become synonymous […]


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Most Canadians Believe Entrepreneurship — and Intrapreneurship — is on the Rise

This article was originally published by Techvibes 80% of Canadians say they’ve seen a rise in entrepreneurship over the past five years. This finding comes from the latest report on entrepreneurship by Regus, a provider of flexible workspaces. According to to […]


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What Happens When One Canadian Startup Acquires Another? A Cool New Product Is Born

This article was written by Elena Yunusov and originally published on BetaKit 500px Prime, a new kind of commercial marketplace for image licensing, celebrates its official launch this week. When Toronto startup 500px recently acquired Authintic, a local startup that […]


Melissa Davis, owner of Toronto store Ugly Dukling, poses in her store, surrounded by sneakers.

Protecting Shoppers Privacy Opens Niche for Canadian Startup in Smartphone Tracking

This article was written by Jeff Lagerquist for the Financial Post As bricks-and-mortar stores increasingly follow the lead of online retailers, such as Amazon.com, in tracking shoppers buying habits through technology a niche has opened for companies to develop a […]


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Komodo OpenLab on What It Takes to Get from A to B

This post was written by Lawrence Kwok of Komodo OpenLab and was originally posted on Komodo’s blog.  Jorge Silva, Komodo OpenLab co-founder and technical lead, approached me to assist in the design of the new enclosure for the Tecla. Having […]


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The Amount of Money Startups Can Waste on Bad Hires

This post was originally published by Randy Frisch on uberflip.com A couple of weeks ago I was sitting with our Director of Finance to review year-end T4 tax paperwork for our team (similar to a W-2 for my American friends […]


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5 Ways You Can Increase Mobile Marketing Conversion Rates

This article was originally published on Innohub.ca Mobile technology has fundamentally changed the way we consume content. Mobile content has helped us integrate media consumption into every aspect of our lives, creating a constant stream of the stories, photos, and […]


Bridgit

2013 Canadian Startup Awards Nominee Bridgit Appifies Constructive Criticism

This post was originally written by Ryan Henson Creighton for Techvibes Bridgit is a 2013 Canadian Startup Awards nominee in the Accelerator Graduate of the Year category. The company’s app is a laser-focused technological solution for an otherwise tech-averse industry. As the […]


Karl Martin, CEO of Bionym. Photo by Tyler Anderson for the National Post.

Seven Canadian startups to watch in 2014

This article was written by Matthew Braga for the Financial Post Early last year, FP Startups looked at seven entrepreneurs to watch in 2013 – founders, executives and interesting people doing interesting things across Canada, in everything from wearable technology to […]


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13 Lessons From 3 Years on the App Store

This post was written by Robleh Jama — founder of Tiny Hearts, an award-winning app studio based at the DMZ — and originally posted on the Tiny Hearts blog.  Well, technically, it all started December four years ago, when I […]