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Shopify has launched a new initiative that challenges teams within its partner network to build an app that helps businesses adapt and grow online.
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TechCrunch spoke with one of the company’s founders, Ron Ross, and its new CEO Brett Barlow (formerly of Utah unicorn Pluralsight), about the new capital and what it plans on doing with it.
A group of software engineers has created an online resource to help people identify which of the 15 government COVID-19 relief programs they are eligible for.
According to a statement issued by the startup, the freshly raised funds will be used to increase ITILITE’s international presence and product innovation.
SkipTheDishes has committed $15 million CAD to various initiatives in order to help restaurants and the public during the COVID-19 crisis.
The San Francisco- and Ahmedabad-based company raised this money from Accel India, according to a tweet by the venture capital firm’s partner Prayank Swaroop.
Toronto-based investor relations (IR) software company Q4 Inc. has received a $25 million credit facility from CIBC Innovation Banking.
As companies of all sizes scramble to stay afloat and extend their runway, one company thinks that sabbaticals could be a potential alternative to the massive layoffs across the Valley.
Shopify’s Tobi Lütke and wife Fiona McKean pivot charitable foundation, make donations to fight COVID-19
Shopify CEO Tobi Lütke and his wife Fiona McKean last year started a philanthropic organization and have now pivoted it to help in the fight against COVID-19.
Design software company Figma is set to join the billion-dollar startup ranks even amid the uncertainty of COVID-19.
Scotiabank and National Bank have made available the EDC loan guarantee program, signalling that Canada’s big banks are starting to roll out the program.