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Two Canadian tech-focused companies, Emerge Commerce and WeCommerce, began trading on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) on Monday.
“At Hustle Fund, we’re convinced that Canada is positioned well to produce some of the largest, category-defining companies on the planet. We’re eager to fund these companies, and excited to partner with Hockeystick to identify these opportunities!” – Eric Bahn (General Partner)
Since launch, Hockeystick has made over 6000 funder recommendations to Canadian startups. Learn how startups are using technology to meet funders around the world.
UPS-backed Roadie and its fleet of 200,000 independent drivers are helping retailers like Home Depot bring packages to your doorstep.
These virtual stores are a joyful twist on e-commerce (FAST COMPANY)
Online experiences that evoke the serendipity of traditional retail — complete with aisles of shelves — make shopping fun again. And they’re pandemic-safe, too.
Ottawa-based startup GoFor Industries has raised a $20 million CAD Series A round to further its expansion into the United States.
It plans to use the funding to expand its own technology tools, as well as grow internationally.
Spotlight, which the company began testing this fall, remakes Walmart employees into public-facing company advocates.
Subsidiaries of Breather have reportedly filed for separate insolvency processes, amid financial troubles and significant downsizing happening at the startup.
StockX snags $2.8 billion valuation in latest funding round (WALL STREET JOURNAL)
StockX LLC, an online marketplace popular with sneaker collectors, raised a fresh round of funding that valued the startup at $2.8 billion, more than doubling its valuation from last year.
Poshmark has reported a profit in the past two quarters after consistently turning net losses.
Zomato has raised $660 million in a financing round that it kicked off last year as the Indian food delivery startup prepares to go public next year.
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