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With Ontario’s PC government deciding on a private model for its brick-and-mortar retail cannabis stores, a Saskatchewan startup is now coming out on top.
BentoBox, which helps restaurant owners build mobile-friendly websites, has raised $16.4 million in Series B funding.
The Canadian tech star wants to save commerce from the ‘800-pound gorilla’ that is Amazon and give it back to the little guy.
Non-profit OSMO and L’Oréal Canada have announced the launch of an open innovation program focused on growing the Montreal startup ecosystem.
The company, which has customers in 120 countries with a focus on the markets of the US, the UK, Australia and Canada, stated that its SaaS platform currently facilitates 8 million appointments every month.
GoDaddy is making it easier for small businesses to list their products across Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Jet and Walmart.com with the launch of GoDaddy Marketplaces.
The idea, as always within advertising, is to help advertisers deliver more relevant ads to people using Walmart’s online shopping websites.
Jumia, the largest e-commerce company on the continent with operations in 14 countries, is the first Africa-focused tech company to launch on NYSE or any major global exchange.
Will they actually staff their cashierless stores with a cashier, or will they go the self-checkout route, where a machine takes the cash payment through inserted bills and then dispenses change?
Amazon’s Jeff Bezos challenged other retailers to raise wages and improve benefits for their employees, saying the competition will help everyone.
According to a statement, ShopBack will deploy the new funds into simplifying shopping experiences, expanding data capabilities, and accelerating market growth.
With Shopping Party, they’re taking center stage — the feature allows them to share live video while browsing different products on Dote and chatting with fans.