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Lane, a Toronto-based Proptech company offering a communication platform for landlords and tenants, has raised $2.5 million in a Seed round led by real estate tech-focused firm Alate Partners.
Dell Technologies World, Day 3 – Technology’s role in making people happy, an interview with Joshua Jackson, and more(ITWORLDCANADA)
We got a chance to speak with Dell EMC’s new Canadian channel chief and the co-founders of Liquid Media Group, an integrated global studio based in Vancouver, on Day 3 of Dell Technologies World.
Tutor House, a U.K.-based startup that operates a marketplace to let parents find an online or in-person tutor for their children, has raised £2 million in funding.
Slack has announced that it plans to go public on June 20, and has also disclosed its estimated preliminary financial results for Q1 of 2019.
It is very easy to over-act as a young, inexperienced founder. You’ve got no experience, you’ve never built and scaled a company, you’ve never managed others. It’s leap of faith after leap of faith.
Tranquility Online, based out of Halifax, is launching its first online mental health platform for Canadians.
SaaS startup LeadSquared raises $3M in Series A funding from Stakeboat Capital for global expansion(YOURSTORY)
Bengaluru-based sales execution, automation and predictive analytics platform, LeadSquared, has raised $3 million in series A funding from Stakeboat Capital.
DocPlanner, the Poland-founded healthcare booking platform that now processes 1.5 million bookings every month globally, has closed €80 million in Series E financing.
Exabeam raises $75 million to advance SIEM cybersecurity(TECHSTARTUPS)
The Tealium Universal Data Hub is the industry’s most trusted approach to collect and deliver customer data.
SalesRight said the new funding will allow the company to expand its team in order to accelerate growth.
Early stage startups often don’t really know what churn looks like. They’re still experiencing the law of small numbers, with few customers that have gone through a renewal cycle.