SOSA Teams Up with the Canadian Technology Accelerators to Scale Canadian Cyber Startups in the U.S.Read more
SOSA, the global open innovation company, announces its second year of partnership with the CTA to launch the next CTA Cybersecurity, Privacy & Compliance Virtual Program in New York.
Eight Companies Selected for the 2021 Canadian Technology Accelerator Digital Silicon ValleyRead more
Eight Canadian startups have been selected to participate in the Canadian Technology Accelerator (CTA) Digital Silicon Valley 2021.
Canadian Technology Accelerator Launches 9th Annual Cleantech CohortRead more
Today, the Canadian Technology Accelerators (CTA), a global initiative led by the Government of Canada’s Trade Commissioner Service, unveiled its 9th annual cohort of cleantech & climatetech start-ups.
Canadian Technology Accelerator Unveils Inaugural Bi-Coastal Digital Health CohortRead more
Today, the Canadian Technology Accelerators (CTA), a global initiative led by the Government of Canada’s Trade Commissioner Service, unveiled its cohort for the first ever bi-coastal program dedicated to the development of high-potential, early-stage digital health start-ups.
Global Innovation Showcase to Unveil Seven Startups from Canadian Tech AcceleratorRead more
Members of Canadian government-funded accelerator to present their milestones; keynote address by NYSE Head of International Markets
US Venture Capital Dollars Chasing Canadian Health Tech Start-UpsRead more
Canada has more than a popular Prime Minister turning heads these days. Canadian health tech startups are getting lots of coveted attention from US venture investors who are finding themselves attracted to smart business models paired with best-in-class technology and favorable economics.
Retail and Tech Stacking Up to Make it BigRead more
Canada has been making waves in NYC retail. In January 2016, the Toronto-based Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) – that has its origins in the fur trade in the 17th century, well before Canada was a country – acquired NYC’s Gilt Groupe for a cool $250 million.