Women in TechCategory
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.
For Narjès Boufaden, creating Keatext, her cloud-based AI-powered text analytics platform, was relatively easy.
But everything else, incl..
According to pharmacist-turned-entrepreneur Julie Han, “Pharmacy hasn’t evolved much since the 1970s, so the whole process in which you go..
Two startups in Montreal are among four total recipients of investment from the BDC’s new $200 million Women in Technology fund.
Day 2 of StartupFest 2018 will be remembered for 2 things, a near perfect day for learning, networking and outdoor deal making, and a whol..
Five months of bed rest, flat on her back, was exactly what Mindful Scholar co-founder Rekha Magon needed to launch her company. The forme..
“Do you need a drink tonight? We’ve got you covered!” That’s part of the branding for Kiid, the on-demand babysitters web app (think Uber ..
On Wednesday, May 23, BDC, BDO and MontrealNewTech hosted an event at Salon 1861 called “Women In Tech: Finding Opportunity on the Challen..
It was almost exactly a year today that the idea for our WMNinTECH series was born. In the past year, we’ve highlighted twelve amazing wom..
Beth Thouin has been called a bitch three times in her professional career.
The first time she was 27, pregnant with her first child, a..
Michèle Quintal, Askida’s Director of Quality Assurance, has always been a woman with a passion for all things creative as well as an apti..
Last month, at the 2017 National Angel Capital Organization (NACO) World Angel Investment Summit in Montreal, Sophie Forest received the C..
After studying literature at Concordia, and a successful communications career in theatre and radio, Kate Arthur moved into the tech secto..