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Canadian Technology Accelerators (CTAs), a program of the Global Affairs Canada (GAC) Trade Commissioner Service, is recruiting top Canadian companies for three U.S. cohorts for Spring 2018.

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Need business financing to expand globally? Tips you can bank on

Ask your friends or colleagues how banks make most of their money, and they’ll likely say it’s from the interest they collect on loans. And...

A Canadian-built blockchain scaling through partnerships

Finaeos, a Victoria-based technology company providing authentication solutions for compliance-based industries, is garnering international attention following participation in the Canadian Trade Accelerator Boston. “We...

‘Big Brother’ or good business? A comparative study on workplace GPS tracking between Canadian...

As technology redefines how employees are being managed, find out what Canadian and U.S. employees really think about GPS tracking, from concerns to benefits, and how reality differs from perception between those who have used GPS at the workplace versus those who have not.

Ananda Devices wins Montréal stop of the Canadian Export Challenge Pitch Competition and moves...

Montréal, QC - September 24, 2018 | This evening, Ananda Devices was named the winner of the Montreal Canadian Export Challenge Pitch Competition. Margaret...

Trexo Robotics Wins MIT Enterprise Forum Award

Last month, following its participation in the Canadian Technology Accelerator Boston program, Trexo Robotics, a Mississauga-based wearable robotic device company that improves children’s mobility, won...
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Top 10 global risks facing Canadian companies

As any exporter knows, doing business in international markets always comes with risks. The hazards can range in scale from an economic crisis in...

Canadians in Silicon Valley: The AI Opportunity

Technology to Silicon Valley is like maple syrup to a Canadian. It’s inherent to the identity; a basic common denominator that connects people from...

Boston’s Call to Canadian Tech Companies

It makes sense why companies like ExpertFile were able to thrive in a place like Boston. Boston is an information and communications hub with...
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4 signs your company should consider selling internationally

Thanks to modern technology, having a global reach is no longer reserved for the well-heeled, big brands. In fact, any company with a creative...

London-based Voices.com goes global with $18 million raise

Last year, London-based company Voices.com, the world’s largest marketplace for voice talent, raised $18 million investment to scale globally. Having participated in two Canadian...

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