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Construction-focused tech startup RenoRun has officially begun to roll out a new payment model.
Ahead of the Digital for Good Tech Jam, leaders from Toronto Cat Rescue and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada explained how they hope to use tech to support their charities.
PitchBook data indicates that Vouch’s valuation has also ramped up rapidly: it’s currently at $210 million.
Energy tech startup Copper Labs raises $2M to disrupt the $6.3 billion home energy management market
Copper Labs was founded in 2016 around a simple, galvanizing belief: managing energy usage more sustainably and cost effectively requires the most up-to-date measurements and insights.
Silofit is a Montreal based startup that has created a network of private, on-demand fitness spaces through an app offering that allows users to reserve gym studios.
Insight Partners led the investment into the startup, whose software diagnoses and fixes IT problems.
SaaS businesses feature all sorts of advantages and unique hurdles. What separates the winners from the losers?
Five startups have been selected to join Ryerson University’s and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment’s Future of Sport Lab accelerator program.
The company is live in 25 markets, including a few international cities like Berlin and London. Eden now has more than 2,000 service providers on the platform.
The startup allows product managers and decision-makers in both enterprises and small businesses, to prioritise projects and features while aligning everyone across the organization around their roadmaps.
Toronto-based social intelligence platform, Trufan, has acquired of SocialRank, a social media analytics platform.
The problem Gravitational is tackling is real as major cloud providers continue to deploy their own solutions and variations on the cloud theme.
The announcement comes shortly after the company’s disclosure in August that it had quietly raised a total of $51 million in Series A and B rounds in 2017 and 2018.