CanCon Podcast Ep. 77: Canada’s women entrepreneurship scorecard

Dell Women Entrepreneurship scorecard

The CanCon team is back from Startupfest in Montreal and ready to bring you more hot takes on Canadian tech topics. In the news this week, Dell released its annual ranking of global cities that support women entrepreneurs. Canada has once again made the list, with two cities, Vancouver and Toronto, placing in the top 50. The CanCon crew wants to know how we can get even more Canadian cities into the running.

Tune in as CanCon’s podcast crew – Rob Kenedi, TWG’s Entrepreneur in Residence and host of the amazing #smallrooms podcast, Rose Behar, MobileSyrup Senior Reporter, and Douglas Soltys, BetaKit Editor in Chief – evaluates where Canada’s startup cities placed in Dell’s women entrepreneurship scorecard, and explains why recent 5G trials in Vancouver will have an impact beyond our smartphones.

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CanCon Podcast Episode 77 (07/23/17)

Dell Women Entrepreneur Network Summit
Toronto and Vancouver make Dell’s top 50 cities list

5G is on the horizon
What Huawei’s historic 5G test means for the future of wireless in Canada

Canadian Content music clip (under fair dealing): “Everything Now” by Arcade Fire

Robyn Edgar

Robyn Edgar

Robyn Edgar has a background in computer science, Arctic biology and bioinformatics, but she chose to leave the research world to bring science and tech to the public in the form of broadcast media. She's now BetaKit's resident audio producer. In her spare time, she volunteers at a campus radio station and practices her "old timey" radio voice impressions.