The competition, which rewards university teams that have researched their market to develop a business, was held last weekend at Dalhousie University, which initiated the event in 2012. Launch Dal, the university’s innovation
We need to ask a favour.
We’re researching “second-career entrepreneurship”, and are asking for feedback from mature people who are considering launching a business for the first time. We’ve prepared this survey and are asking people who are considering a business to fill it out.
The core of our market is older people – maybe they’re considering a business in retirement, or have been laid off
BDO, an accounting practice that targets the mid-market, initiated the events last year as a means of connecting entrepreneurs with funders. The Halifax event, to be held at the Four Points by Sheraton Halifax on Hollis Street, will
More than 80 teams from 20 universities across Canada have applied to compete in Canada’s Business Model Competition 2017, to be held next month in Halifax.
The contest was launched by Dalhousie University’s Norman Newman Centre for Entrepreneurship in 2013. It allows finalists to compete for part of a total prize package of $50,000 and in-kind prizes.
A pool of 30 teams will be selected to
Our Job of the Week column today features an opening for a full-stack developer with a fast-growing company providing eSports analytics -- Repable.
Repable, which is based in Moncton and Toronto, collects and analyzes data on eSports, or competitive gaming, a fast-growing international phenomenon. It’s estimated some 200 million people watched competitive gaming in 2016.
Sentinel Alert, a groundbreaking startup based in St. John’s, is closing down.
Founder and CEO Sarah Murphy posted on Facebook on Wednesday that the company will be ceasing operations.
“The last two-plus years have been the wildest journey of my life,” said Murphy. “This was undoubtedly one of the hardest decisions I've ever made, and over the coming weeks I will reflect and share more about
The Canadian tech community has come together to oppose the entry restrictions in the U.S. imposed on people from some majority-Muslim countries.
More than 150 people (as of late Sunday) signed an open letter to the world opposing the move by the U.S. government. The organizers are inviting more people from the community to add their names by emailing email@example.com.
This is our final post for 2017. After today, we’re going to celebrate Christmas with our family and then take our customary break in the week leading up to New Year.
So we’d like to close the year with our warmest wishes to all our readers, clients and friends this holiday. Stay safe and enjoy yourselves. We’re looking forward to some awesome things in 2017 and look forward to sharing them with
Knowledgehook, whose software helps teachers to tailor their support of individual students, has secured $1.25 million in financing to fund the platform’s expansion into global markets.
The Waterloo-based company has developed software that analyzes the academic performance of math students in real-time games to recommend to educators alternative teaching practices. Knowledgehook, which has
The organization has held the Fierce Founder program for several years, and it is open to companies in and outside Waterloo region.
The next bootcamp, to take place in the winter for the first time, will be held in two