Plotly, a local data visualization company, today announced $1.7 million in funding for its product called Dash. The cash is coming from S..
“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..
Ever heard of Evisort? It’s a name you’re going to be hearing more often in and around Montreal.
This Silicon Valley based company is e..
The Founder Institute, the world’s largest pre-seed startup accelerator, along with Shopify are together announcing a partnership to showc..
Sharpen your pencils. One of Canada’s best know venture accelerators is now accepting applications for its 2020 cohort.
After 12 cohort..
Montreal’s Hardbacon is announcing a new partnership with National Bank Direct Brokerage (NBDB) while offering new users a pretty decent d..
Montreal’s Holiday tech party is back again. Less than a week away, organizers confirmed having sold more than 250 tickets. This year the ..
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..
Montreal based MEDTEQ is looking to deploy more of its capital in HealthTech. Launched in 2013, they are currently operating a $19M VC fun..
Silofit, a Montreal startup that rents small private gyms by the hour, has raised $1 million in seed financing from Whitecap Venture Partn..
Potloc, a Montreal based consumer research firm, has announced series A funding in the amount of $13M. This round was led by Brightspark V..
A banner year for Montreal’s Stradigi AI draws towards its conclusion with perhaps the biggest news yet from this downtown headquartered p..
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.