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Charles Plant, the founder of the Narwhal Project, has released the 2020 Narwhal List, a report highlighting Canada’s fastest-growing tech companies.
At a minimum, a modern billing and accounting system for SaaS or tech companies should automate and streamline core financial management functions such as A/R, A/P and the financial close. But you can hardly fuel your growth and need for accountability and transparency by simply automating the minimum.
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All contractors, says cofounder and CEO Joanna McFarland, must have at least five years of childcare experience before they are allowed to drive for the startup.
Faire, a wholesale marketplace startup based in the Kitchener and San Francisco, is set to unveil its new Canadian headquarters in Kitchener.
The average cost of a data breach is nearly $4 million, and yet 74% of companies say they can’t patch vulnerabilities quickly enough because they lack the necessary staff.
Bus.com, an online platform for bus rentals, is partnering with Cirque du Soleil to become its official coach bus partner.
SaaS acquisition: the hidden risks of a “frictionless” sign-up flow(BUSINESS2COMMUNITY)
You can optimize your value proposition or call to action buttons all you want, but if your sign-up flow contains too much friction, you’re leaving money on the table.
Shopify has let go of its chief marketing officer Jeff Weiser, in a move that will see Shopify restructure its marketing department and strategy.
Finix did not disclose a new valuation as part of its round, and declined to share any growth metrics regarding its business.
Top Hat has raised $72 million CAD in a Series D funding round to help the company accelerate its goal of disrupting the traditional print textbook market.
Founded in 2015, the Chennai-based startup procures, processes, and distributes fresh produce, staples, and dairy products.
Three Canadian startups have announced fresh funding rounds to fuel their growth. Here’s the latest on who raised how much and from whom.