Startup news round-up: April 16, 2012

Here’s the startup news making headlines today on other Web sites and blogs. It’s all about numbers today: 10 money-making tips, The Next 36, and one Startup Weekend set to hit Ottawa.

Makemoney while growing your startup
Bootstrapping isn’t a heck of a lot of fun. But there are ways to stillmake money while you growyour startup and they’re listed today in theGlobe and Mail. Some tidbits for tapping into revenue streams: look atspace you can rent out, sell some of your stuff or find out if you havea green thumb (yes, that means gardening!)

By Ayla Newhouse at The Globe and Mail

ANext 36 entrepreneur tells all 
There are some Montrealstartups taking part in the Toronto acceleratorprogram The Next 36 and the Next Montreal blog continuesan ongoinglook at some of them. Today features a Q&A with Anne-MariePaquette, co-founder of Citizen Impulse, which is developing the RehabStroke App. Paquette talks about the passion and perseverance that ledher to be part of The Next 36 program.

By Ben Yoskowitz at Next Montreal

Ottawa’sfirst Startup Weekend
Calling all aspiring tech entrepreneurs in Ottawa. Startup Weekend hasbecome a global phenomenon that takes perfect strangers and teams themup for 54 whirlwind hours during one weekend to dream up startup ideastogether. Now the eventis coming to Ottawa for the first time everfrom April 27 to 29th, TechVibes reports. Local e-commerce platformsuccess story Shopify is hosting the event. Here’s howto register.

By Newsdesk at TechVibes

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