Five women founders pitched to a room of 100 people for the first-ever #MoveTheDial hackathon. In the end, Maayan Ziv, CEO of AccessNow, took the top prize of $10,000.
With the Equifax scandal and other high-profile corporate security breaches making headlines around the world, an Ottawa firm believes its “passwordless” digital authentication technology is an idea whose time has come.
Kanata’s inBay Technologies announced in late September it has landed $1 million in seed financing from Netherlands-based Ramphastos Investments and a local “super angel” represented by Ottawa’s Tongda One Partners.
A local company in the high-tech sector of information gathering for food banks has cracked the “Best for the World” list.
Link2Feed is a four-year-old enterprise that’s developed software to electronically track who uses food banks and why.
Right Health has announced the acquisition of Akira Medical.
The Toronto-based Right Health is a healthcare company founded in 2016 that provides a combination of virtual and in-person care to optimize the health and engagement of Canadians. Akira Medical, also founded in 2016, is an on-demand healthcare platform that gives users instant access to practitioners via text and video chat.
Fintech continues to drive innovation across all borders as two Canadian companies were named “best in show” at the recent Finovate conference in New York City.