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Lightspeed POS is partnering with global payments platform Stripe as part of the extended launch of its own payments product.
Foxtrot, founded in 2013, is looking to reimagine the corner convenience store, offering customers the option to buy in-store or order online for delivery.
Faire, a wholesale marketplace startup based in the Kitchener and San Francisco, is set to unveil its new Canadian headquarters in Kitchener.
Nomagic, a startup in Poland, collects $ 8.6M for its collection and placement warehouse robots(NEWSDIO)
Nomagic has incorporated a new degree of computer vision, machine learning and other technologies based on artificial intelligence to raise the capabilities of these robotic arms.
Shopify has let go of its chief marketing officer Jeff Weiser, in a move that will see Shopify restructure its marketing department and strategy.
Utah’s tech-based real estate disruptor Homie announced a $23 million Series B funding round Tuesday as the 3 1⁄2-year-old effort gets set to expand its markets.
Today in hires: Instacart, BlueCat(BETAKIT)
Recently, two tech organizations have announced new members to their teams. Here’s a breakdown of who is joining and what they bring to the table.
Over the past year, Deliverr quadrupled its warehouse footprint and increased the number of merchants it works with, the company also said.
7-Eleven, Inc. is pushing the technological envelope once again, testing a cashierless store at its corporate headquarters, in Irving, Texas.
This year’s study looked at the fundraising statistics of over 1,000 private Canadian technology businesses listed on Crunchbase and CBInsights at the end of 2019.