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Cashless payment specialist Intellitix Technologies has acquired a majority stake in Edmonton-based CrowdBlink, an event management platform company.
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Shipamax, the London-based startup and YC graduate that is helping freight forwarders and other logistics companies automate their back-office processes, has raised $7 million.
Unless you’re providing regular support and wider platform options, you’re just fleecing customers on a monthly basis.
TextNow, the Waterloo-based free text and phone service startup, announced it is now able to offer a free nationwide talk and text plan in the US.
Rather than being led by venture capital firms, the San Francisco-based company cobbled together a consortium of entrepreneurs who are also focused on defining the future of work.
The plan was to keep data secure yet accessible and train its cameras to take clearer photos when AI detects suspicious situations instead of just grainy video.
Two Canadian startups have raised fresh funding rounds. Here’s the latest on who raised how much, from whom, and what they’ll be putting the new funds toward.
Nigerian-founded trucking startup, CloudTrucks raises $6.1 million to help increase revenue for truckers in the United States
Trucking business is big business and at the root of every economy. A Nigerian, Tobenna Arodiogbu has launched CloudTrucks to meet the core needs of truckers in the United States.
The question Salesforce must answer, especially in the aftermath of large acquisitions, is if the company can reinvent itself to capture more of the addressable market.
How did the company raise 10 times its prior total in one round, and why did it pursue so much money in a single shot?