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It takes a (networked) village to make women successful

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At the 23rd annual Women in Technology International (WITI) conference, held the week of June 11 in San Jose, no one stood

The Real Problem with Tech Talent

What happens to the tech community when a company exits? Thanks to LinkedIn, we have a graphic example. In September 2016 GE announced its offer to buy control of Swedish 3D printer Arcam.

Published on: June 22nd, 2017 Geoff Foulds

The Business Leadership Podcast: Rami Sayar, Senior Technical Evangelist at Microsoft Canada

On today’s episode, I have the opportunity to catch up and sit down with Rami Sayar at the FITC Toronto event.  Rami is a Senior Technical Evangelist at Microsoft Canada. Rami is a

Published on: June 20th, 2017 Edwin Frondozo

How the Town of Innisfil delivered MOAR data-gathering power to its employees

On June 6, the Municipal Information Systems Association of Ontario (MISA) announced the 2017 winners of its Excellence in Municipal Systems award. Among the winners was the Town of Innisfil, which was honoured

Published on: June 19th, 2017 ITBusiness Staff

The Business Leadership Podcast: Suzanne Grant, CEO at iBionics

I am excited to share the conversation I had with Suzanne Grant. Suzanne’s experience is characterized by breadth and depth leading in technology, military, non-profit, health and creative fields. She has won awards

Published on: June 13th, 2017 Edwin Frondozo

The Business Leadership Podcast: Mitch Seguin, head of product and design at TribalScale

Mitch Seguin is the Co-founder and Head of Product and Design at TribalScale. Mitch has always been a tech geek at heart, from his roots building hospital data centres to product management at

Published on: June 6th, 2017 Edwin Frondozo

Why we created a Startup of the Year Award in printable/flexible electronics

Last week, on a new Day 3 agenda for the Canadian Printable Electronics Symposium (CPES2017), we handed out the first award of its kind in Canada – a Startup of the Year award.

Published on: May 30th, 2017 Peter Kallai

“Know Thyself”: An ancient teaching making a comeback in conscious 21st century leaders

Know thyself is an ancient teaching that gets over looked today as everyone suggests who to follow, who to like, and what to consume. Our modern "influencers" are really masked advertisers and marketers

Published on: May 30th, 2017 Ayelet Baron

Startup Canada calls upon industry to invest in Canada’s entrepreneur community

Industry executives, government, and high-growth entrepreneurs gathered in Toronto last week at the Startup Canada Innovation Forum to share and spread a vision for the role of industry in supporting the growth of

Published on: May 25th, 2017 Lindsay Bright

The Business Leadership Podcast: Jim Love, CIO at IT World Canada

My guest on this episode is Jim Love. Jim is CIO and Chief Content Officer at IT World Canada. Over the past 4 years, working with his partner Fawn Annan, President of IT

Published on: May 23rd, 2017 Edwin Frondozo

New research shows a digital gender divide between small and medium sized enterprises

A new study released by Startup Canada reveals a gender divide among Canadian small business owners (SBOs) when it comes to digital adoption. The report found that women SBOs are 20 per cent

Published on: May 16th, 2017 Lindsay Bright

The Business Leadership Podcast: Mark Organ, founder and CEO at Influitive

My guest today is Mark Organ, the founder, and CEO of Influitive, helping companies mobilize their advocates to produce massive increases in referral leads, reference calls, social media participation and more. Mark first

Published on: May 16th, 2017 Edwin Frondozo

The Business Leadership Podcast: Malgosia Green, Chief Product Officer at Top Hat

Editor's note: Our sister site IT World Canada recently announced a media partnership with Edwin Frondozo's weekly The Business Leadership podcast. We've decided to begin running the podcast on ITBusiness.ca as well. Edwin

Published on: May 9th, 2017 Edwin Frondozo

Find opportunity in Canada’s printable electronics industry at CPES2017

Printable, flexible and wearable electronics (PE) is a diverse and rapidly growing industry sector. It is a key enabler of the Internet of Things, to economically add intelligence to everyday objects. Global revenues

Published on: May 9th, 2017 Peter Kallai

Are ‘Zombie Cars’ in our future?

Global hit The Fate of the Furious gave us a sneak peak of the future many of us fear: a hacker taking control of thousands of cars simultaneously. But is that even remotely realistic?

Published on: April 20th, 2017 Alex Radu