Maturation is a double-edged sword. In one context – the maturation of Canada’s tech economy – it can mean great things: jobs, innovation, big budgets and big exits. In another – Netflix’s global expansion or Apple’s product lineup – it can mean frustrating compromises or uninspired announcements. When tech matures, it doesn’t necessarily get better; sometimes it just gets more complicated.
Tune in as the CanCon podcast team – Erin Bury, Managing Director of 88 Creative (and former BetaKit Managing Editor), Patrick O’Rourke, Senior Editor of MobileSyrup, and Rob Kenedi, TWG’s Entrepreneur in Residence and host of the amazing #smallrooms podcast – evaluates the federal government’s first budget, and the maturation of Apple and Netflix’s product offering.
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CanCon Podcast Episode 10 (03/28/16)
The (Budget) Lines You Amend
10 ways the 2016 federal budget will affect Canadian entrepreneurs
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains reveals commitment to cleantech and “holistic approach” post-budget
Toronto mayor Tory calls on Canadians to ‘brag’ about #ToWRCorridor ahead of Valley trade mission
Patrick tells us about his time with Reed Hastings and the back of Tim Cook’s head
iPhone SE hands-on: Power in a 4-inch package
9.7-inch iPad Pro Hands-on: Same tablet, smaller build