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The survey revealed that 67 percent of small business owners in Canada have been kept up at night by concerns about cash flow, even if their company has never experienced issues with cash flow.
Winner will receive a free 1:1 digital transformation session with a member of the DMS Service Squad in the new year!
The art seller will continue to operate as a standalone online storefront, but some of the platform’s more than two million products will be available through Walmart.com, Jet and Hayneedle.
Untuckit, the company known for its untucked shirts, is looking to raise money at a valuation greater than $600 million
Untuckit is seeking a deal that will value it at more than $600 million and has Morgan Stanley out looking for the funds.
Both the San Jose and Los Angeles airports have confirmed Amazon’s interest. Dallas appears to be on Amazon’s list of potential spots, as well.
A new job posting on Uber’s Linkedin page suggests that the ride-hailing company is looking into grocery delivery in Toronto.
Visual AI startup Syte partners with luxury fashion platform Farfetch to launch the new in-app visual search feature on iOS
The Syte’s visual search camera button allows users to upload any image and shop the most visually similar in-stock options from the entire look.
Toronto-based Ribitt has raised $600,000 in seed round funding from an undisclosed group of angel investors.
The Uber Specials feature demonstrates the massive leverage awarded to food delivery apps that aggregate restaurants.
Canadian Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion Mary Ng has announced that CEO of NEXT Canada Sheldon Levy has been named special advisor on scaling up small and medium-sized enterprises.
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