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1,000 new jobs and a 150,000 sq ft office by 2020 is a pretty nice consolation prize.
By 2032, more than a half million small and mid-size business owners in Canada will transfer ownership to a buyer, sell their shares, lease their business to a new operator, or close their doors.
EMERGE now has 4 million members across a portfolio of five brands in Canada, the US, and the UK.
Started by three graduates from the National University of Singapore in 2012, Carousell operates a mobile-first listings service for second-hand goods and services in Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Since 2012, VarageSale has raised $76 million CAD ($60 million USD) from investors like iNovia Capital, Real Ventures, and Version One Ventures.
Bloomberg News reported this week that Walmart Pay, the payments app from Wal-Mart Stores Inc., is on track to have more active users in the U.S. than Apple Pay by the end of 2018.
Frilly is looking to revolutionize the bespoke clothing industry. The e-commerce shop (think of it as more of a virtual atelier) allows customers to scroll through different styles, customizing the silhouette.
This is the 10th straight quarter where Shopify has outperformed market expectations.
One of Southeast Asia’s lesser-known startups has come out from under the radar today after ShopBack, a cash back-focused e-commerce service, announced it has raised $25 million.
Google’s estimates are based on aggregated, anonymized data from mobile users who have Location History activated on their device. The company has also used this data to predict how busy the parking is likely to be at a specific destination.
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