Jeff Cates, president of Intuit Canada at Qickbooks Connect Toronto. Courtesy: Intuit

Published: December 5th, 2018


Google launches ‘Google Guaranteed’ businesses in Toronto and Vancouver

Today, Google is looking to give small businesses in Toronto and Vancouver a new way to reach local customers with its money-back, 'Google Guaranteed' ads platform. Local Services is a new type of Google ad,

Published on: December 4th, 2018 Meagan Simpson

E-parking service now available at Toronto Pearson Airport

A Chicago-based e-parking platform has officially launched in Canada and as of today is offering its services to travellers looking to pre-book parking spaces at Toronto Pearson International. ParkWhiz is a mobile parking

Published on: November 30th, 2018 Meagan Simpson

Accenture launches innovation hub in Toronto, creating 800 jobs

Accenture has officially launched its new Canadian Innovation Hub in Toronto, with plans to create 800 new high skill jobs by the end of 2020. Mayor John Tory, and Todd Smith, Ontario Minister

Published on: November 27th, 2018 Meagan Simpson

Stocard, mobile wallet for loyalty cards expanding Canadian operations

There's a loyalty program for everything these days, and sometimes it can be hard for consumers to keep track of all their cards for each program, but mobile wallets are making that easier

Published on: November 21st, 2018 Meagan Simpson

Logojoy raises $6 million in funding to expand AI design platform

Toronto-based logo designer startup Logojoy has raised $6 million in a series A funding round top help it expand its platform. Logojoy plans to use the funding to expand its artificial intelligence (AI)

Published on: November 15th, 2018 Meagan Simpson

Irish software company wants to clean up Canada’s water

An Irish company is on a mission to clean up water, well to clean up water data that is; recently opening an office in Toronto, Klir is looking to move water compliance to

Published on: November 14th, 2018 Meagan Simpson

Inside SAP’s Toronto HQ

The German-based company officially opened its new headquarters for SAP Canada in Toronto and ITWC had the opportunity to get a tour of it. The HQ is sprawled across three floors, which is

Published on: November 13th, 2018 Shruti Shekar

Amazon splits HQ2 between New York City, northern Virginia

Amazon officially announced New York City and Arlington, Va. will be the two locations for its HQ2. A Nov. 13 blog post on Amazon’s website said it will invest $5 billion to create

Published on: November 13th, 2018 Shruti Shekar

Canada’s hardest to fill tech jobs of 2018

With a growing tech market but a shortage of tech talent, some jobs in Canada are going to be harder to fill than others, Indeed.com compiled a list of the hardest to fill

Published on: October 15th, 2018 Meagan Simpson

Best cities in Canada for tech startups

Wondering where the best place to start your tech company might be? Or looking for a job at an emerging tech startup and not sure the best place to look? Well Expert Market

Published on: October 5th, 2018 Meagan Simpson

Founder Sana Salam on building her Canadian tech businesses from scratch

A Toronto-based software company has found success using the SAP Cloud Platform, even being named one of SAP’s top partners of the year all led by founder and president Sana Salam. Sodales Solutions,

Published on: September 20th, 2018 Meagan Simpson

Toronto’s top 10 most desirable brands for tech workers

Have you ever wondered what your employees think about your company? Well Hired, a U.S.-based job search website has released its annual report of the top employer brands as decided by tech workers.

Published on: September 18th, 2018 Meagan Simpson

Airbnb corporate bookings are on the rise, and Toronto is reaping the benefits

The share economy is seeping into more than just our business practices and decisions, it’s changing the way we travel for business. Choosing to stay in Airbnb accommodations for business travel is on

Published on: August 14th, 2018 Meagan Simpson

Toronto tech startups lead the Bay Area?

Everybody knows that costs for tech startups in the Bay Area are crazy. Pundits have predicted that these high costs could, maybe, someday, blunt the Bay Area’s edge. "Someday" was apparently last month.

Published on: August 7th, 2018 Geoff Foulds