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TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) has released the list of its top 50 performing companies, as part of its 2020 Venture 50 event.
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Core to the argument presented is that while founders and investors are wagering “that AI businesses will resemble traditional software companies,” the well-known venture firm is “not so sure.”
Whatfix plans to use the fresh capital infusion to drive product development and to address the growing demands for DAS by accelerating the company’s expansion into markets such as Europe and Australia.
Briza, an insurance-as-a-service startup based in Toronto, has raised $3 million CAD ($2.3 million USD) in seed financing.
The company’s nearly $200 million debt raise in 2016 was preceded by an $83 million Series B in 2015.
Two tech organizations have recently announced new members to their teams. Here’s a breakdown of who is joining, and what they bring to the table.
There is a high demand for excellent customer support in the SaaS industry. However, many SaaS providers face significant difficulties with their customer support.
The new vehicle, inventively named Fund II, will mostly focus on early-stage companies in the cybersecurity space.