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Aislelabs, a Toronto-based provider of enterprise-grade guest WiFi platforms, has announced the opening of its new UK-based office, as the company looks to build out its global expansion.
Dell Technologies World, Day 3 – Technology’s role in making people happy, an interview with Joshua Jackson, and more(ITWORLDCANADA)
We got a chance to speak with Dell EMC’s new Canadian channel chief and the co-founders of Liquid Media Group, an integrated global studio based in Vancouver, on Day 3 of Dell Technologies World.
The company also beat analyst estimates for the quarter, with earnings per share of $1.13 versus $1.02 expected, and revenue of $123.93 billion compared to estimates of $125.03 billion.
Shopify will soon be adding new native ad-buying functions for Facebook and Snapchat, as it looks to make it easier for merchants to access marketing campaigns through their online stores.
Software company Adobe is introducing Magento Commerce-branded stores, which it says will help Amazon sellers set up storefronts outside of the ecommerce giant “in record time” and provide a superior experience to customers.
UK-based food delivery giant Deliveroo has raised a €515 million Series G funding round led by Amazon.
The evolution of Mailchimp — a notable, bootstrapped outlier out of Atlanta, Ga., that provides email and other marketing services to smaller businesses — tells a very different story of tech startup success.
The round was led by Emergence with participation from Serena Williams through her venture capital firm, Serena Ventures.
Aleph Farms, a startup co-founded in 2017 by Israeli food-tech incubator The Kitchen, has just completed a financing round of $11.65 million.