I read with interest this morning the news that Sylvain Carle is leaving Real Ventures. Carle will move on to greener pastures (pun intend..
Covid-19 has posed unprecedented challenges for business as we know it, as well as healthcare, commerce and tourism. While many programs h..
The current COVID-19 crisis has hit nearly all aspects of society, and non-profit charities that give out food and services to the less fo..
The staff and patients at Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital will use a powerful new smartphone app that will allow users to monitor their..
The tech world is feeling COVID’s squeeze as layoffs become reality. But others are in line to prosper.
If you’ve been following tech n..
Life in Canada changed over night last week when measures to combat the Covid-19 virus began coming into effect across the board. This imp..
“We’ve done something really great in Montreal” says Marie-Gabrielle Ayoub, Co-Founder of Le Wagon Montreal.
Their class of winter 2020..
Lightspeed POS is at it again. In an effort to actually execute the hiring of hundreds of people across multiple continents, the company h..
Any entrepreneur reading this knows the stress of building your own business. Going from a bootstrapped idea to having investors as partne..
Montreal’s Real Ventures has become Canada’s first major venture capital firm to be led by a woman after naming Janet Bannister Managing P..
“We’re just getting started”.
Those are the words of Lightspeed CEO Dax Dasilva speaking with MTLinTech about his company’s latest acqu..
It was a big year in 2019 for Montreal tech. As we count down the days until 2020, MTLinTECH’s Joseph Czikk and Steve La Barbera spotlight..
A funny thing happened at the 3rd edition of FWD50 in Ottawa last month.
This event, put together by the organizers of Startupfest, is ..
Magaly Charbonneau has become the newest partner at Inovia Capital and will also lead the firm’s Montreal office and investment activities..
How do you negotiate your way into owning 33.3% of a travel app startup? For Annick Charbonneau, CEO and co-founder of Soul.City, it took an impromptu trip to Strasbourg.