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Nudge.ai, the Toronto customer relationship management (CRM) startup that shut down in January, has sold a number of its assets to US-based Affinity.
Virtual Gurus, a Calgary-based startup that algorithmically connects businesses with remote workers, has raised its first venture capital funding to build out its client roster across North America and expand its network of freelancers, including those from remote communities.
After the rally came the novel coronavirus and COVID-19. Since then, the two companies have lost huge amounts of ground.
Grubhub, along with the leaders of major cities, has launched a relief effort for independent restaurants that are adversely affected by the coronavirus, according to a release from the company.
Victoria-based Checkfront, a B2B SaaS booking management platform for tours and activities, has closed a $9.3 million Series A round.
All major American indices are now in bear-market territory, having shed the requisite 20% from recent highs.
Microsoft, Google, and Zoom are trying to keep up with demand for their now free work-from-home software
As companies and schools move to online work, workplace software is put to the test.
Canadian venture capital investment reached new heights in 2019 with a record $6.2 billion CAD invested over 539 deals, according to the CVCA.
Scientists are rapidly analyzing genetic samples from infected patients and sharing the data. But to move too fast is to risk making mistakes.
As COVID-19 continues to change how many workers and students approach their daily labors, demand for some remote work friendly products is booming.
AI and IoT startup Validere has raised $20 million CAD ($15 million USD) in Series A funding to help create supply chain efficiencies in the energy industry.