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International Women’s Day: DMZ’s Women of the Year

The DMZ’s Women Founders Summit wrapped up this week after focusing on funding and pitching opportunities for female entrepreneurs. The DMZ, Toronto Metropolitan University's business...

Coffee Briefing July 5, 2022 – Avanade expands into Atlantic Canada; Toronto fintech helps Pride Toronto raise money; Snowflake to hire engineers across Canada;...

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada’s editorial team!

KPMG launches search for Canada’s leading tech entrepreneur

Once again this year, KPMG is looking for the best Canadian technology entrepreneur, and invites start-ups to compete for the title of Canadian Technology...

Federal budget 2019: Tech community welcomes Global Talent Stream commitment, SR&ED expansion

By Brian Jackson and Buckley Smith  Insiders of Canada's technology community reviewed the budget as taking steps in the right direction to help firms scale...

Dialog with Debow: serial entrepreneur on his new product ‘AM radio for the Internet’

Hear a live-to-tape conversation with serial entrepreneur Daniel Debow about his new product, his time at Salesforce, and the Toronto tech ecosystem.

The Business Leadership Podcast: Alexi Panos & Preston Smiles co-Founders The Bridge Experience

As the Co-Founders and Co-Creators of The Bridge Method, Alexi Panos and Preston Smiles have helped thousands of students changed their lives by participating in their workshops all over the world.

Leaders in Davos stress diversity and inclusion of women in tech

Leaders in Davos frequently discussed the ongoing inequalities between men and women.

Halton Region is the burgeoning tech market you’ve never heard of

Sandwiched between the powerhouse high-tech areas of Toronto and Kitchener-Waterloo is a region that, despite being often overlooked, offers a wide variety of untapped innovation. Halton Region is home to more than half a million people living in the cities of Burlington, Oakville, Milton, and Halton Hills. While the area is overshadowed by the more well-known city centres in the Kitchener-Waterloo-Toronto technology corridor, it wants the world to know that it has a lot to offer.

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