Startups outside of Silicon Valley bank on having international reach.
Three trends shaping the future of small businesses in Canada
To mark Small Business Week, BDC has released a new report that explores six trends impacting small and medium sized businesses in 2017.
These days, successful businesses are reading customers’ minds
To recognize Small Business Week, the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) released a comprehensive report examining the shifting demographics and digital disruptions that are impacting today’s labour force.
We need women’s perspective for better research and better products.
The automation revolution is much more than simply an economic one. “It is a cultural problem, an identity problem, and—critically—a gender problem,” says Laurie Penny.
It’s a well-known secret in Silicon Valley: Big tech companies employ “resters and vesters”; employees who collect full pay and stock without having to do much — or any — actual work.
220,000 workers needed: That’s how vast Canada’s tech skills gap could be by 2020, according to Canadian government and industry experts.
The arrival of tech heavyweights has unleashed a ripple effect boosting startups in Vancouver.