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The Passenger Transportation Board approved on Thursday the licences allowing Uber and Lyft to operate in Metro Vancouver.
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Most tech companies aren’t WeWork(TECHCRUNCH)
Lessons on capital efficiency drawn from 21 SaaS IPOs.
Nudge.ai, the Toronto-based startup that developed a revenue intelligence platform, announced to its users on Monday that the company is shutting down.
The round was led by Sorenson Ventures and included ClearSky Security, Dell Technologies Capital and Foundation Capital.
Grow founder Kevin Sandhu shares his annual list of Canadian tech companies that will make significant strides in 2020.
Belgian startup Proxyclick raises $15 million to help enterprise companies securely manage visitors(TECH.EU)
Proxyclick, the Belgian provider of enterprise visitor management software, has raised a $15 million Series B round led by Five Elms Capital, with participation from Series A investor JOIN Capital.
Communo, which helps connect businesses in the marketing and advertising fields, has raised a $3.3 million CAD seed round.
LogiNext added McDonald’s and Decathlon as clients last year.
Unito, a Montréal-based startup has closed a Series A funding round totalling $10.5 million CAD, bringing the company’s total funding to about $13 million.
SaaS startup Samya.ai raises $6m funding led by Sequoia India(DEALSTREETASIA)
Samya is currently running proof of value engagements with a few Fortune 100 companies in Europe and the US, with its technology team based out of India.
Proptech startup Lane has opened a new corporate headquarters in downtown Toronto after a year of significant growth for the company.
LumApps, founded in 2012, is a social and collaborative intranet platform designed to connect, inform and engage employees.
L-Spark’s Leo Lax gives his top takeaways to note as Canada becomes a more prominent hub of SaaS startups.