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Top Stories of the Week
The Canadian Women’s Network is hosting a series of events from June 11 to June 15 at its Canadian Landing Pad.
Samsung Research is looking to strengthen the company’s AI capabilities by expanding its global AI research.
Compared to 16 peer countries, Canada maintained a “C” grade with a 12th place rank, falling behind countries like Australia, Belgium, and Japan.
The Ontario Securities Commission called out several specific firms it said are not registered to give advice in Ontario.
AvenueHQ raises $4.5 million to expand realtor marketing platform across the US (Read here)
Circle Cardiovascular Imaging raises $16 million to help physicians diagnose cardiovascular diseases (Read here)
With $2 million in seed funding, NorthOne wants companies to understand their financial health (Read here)
Terminal raises $13 million Series A, adds Clay Kellogg as CEO (Read here)
Fiix raises $15.4 million to help businesses track equipment maintenance (Read here)
Q1’s $1.28 billion funding amount is the largest seen since CB Insights began collecting MoneyTree data in 2012.
There are three general motivations for attending a conference – landing customers, impressing investors, and gaining accolades.
CanCon Podcast Ep. 116: Why people are pissed about Wavefront + what’s influencer marketing?
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