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Black will be leading the business and go-to-market strategy for Shopify Retail in Toronto.
Through the recently announced Digital Transformation Grant Program, there are 2,000 Digital Transformation Grants of $2,500 being awarded until March 2020 to qualifying main street small businesses to help them invest in digital technologies and training to compete and grow. Do not miss out on your opportunity to potentially receive a Digital Transformation Grant to assist your business! Apply today before they are gone.
Customers likely won’t notice, or care, which delivery partner shows up to the door with their groceries. All that matters, and all that Walmart is trying to do, is get you your food in a timely manner, wherever you are.
WeedMD says it is the first licensed producer in the world to implement strain verification into its sales program.
WayCool is an omni-channel food distribution platform leveraging innovative technology to scale-up and operate a complex supply chain.
Winnipeg’s Bold Commerce just might be Canada’s next e-commerce tech darling.
The funding comes from the Mirae Asset-Naver Asia Growth Fund, a joint vehicle operated by Korean mutual fund Mirae Asset and Naver, the firm whose businesses include popular messaging service Line.
Pensa Systems, which delivers a scalable system that automatically and systematically tracks in-store inventory, raised the funding from Sigma Venture Partners, with participation from others.
“We will continue making our mattress in Canada. That’s a really important part of our DNA.”
Founded in 2012 as a side project, Instamojo offers independent merchants the means to operate a mobile-optimized storefront, collect payment and even take micro-loans.
Alibaba taps Kabbage to loan up to $150K to SMBs after it quietly acquired OpenSky to ramp in North America
Kabbage provides loans to SMBs using big data and machine learning to determine eligibility faster than a traditional bank lender, to provide up to $150,000 of financing at the point of sale on Alibaba.com as part of a new program called Pay Later.
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