Kathryn Lockhart has a vision for Atlantic Canada: A farm of baby unicorns.
Lockhart is almost through her second month as Chief Executive of the regional tech
Halifax-based Fundmetric, which helps non-profits raise more money from philanthropists, has signed up Texas Tech University, one of its largest clients to date.
Fundmetric started seven years ago with a goal of helping charities enhance their
MESH/Diversity, which helps clients use data to support diversity initiatives, has closed a $750,000 equity funding round led by the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation and Concrete Ventures.
The Saint John-based company said in a statement that
Sixteen Atlantic Canadian companies will present at the Atlantic Venture Forum next week – a virtual event due to the pandemic.
Calgary-based Critical Path Group, which stages the forum for startups and investors, had considered waiting until next
After increasing its Atlantic Canadian staff 30-fold in the past six years, Cvent is hiring again, hoping to add 20 to 30 people in the region.
The maker of software for the event and hospitality industries has been a growth story in the region
I was astonished – and, to be frank, a little embarrassed – by how much I learned reading Gordon Pitts’ superb new book, Unicorn in the Woods: How East Coast Geeks and Dreamers Are Changing the Game.
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