Five ways companies can help employees through tech disruption
Canadian businesses are focusing their efforts on technological adaptation. But remembering employees’ physical and mental health needs is paramount.READ MORE ❯
League's expansion to offering insurance was a 'bet-the-company' moment
Though it started as an access point to personal wellness services, Mike Serbinis’s company decided to add a new dimension, going up against the traditional health-insurance industry.READ MORE ❯
Swamped in paperwork, Ambient needed a solution
HVAC company’s decision to go digital not only cut the time searching for answers and helped increase sales, but also freed up office space.READ MORE ❯
DIY logos easy to create with artificial intelligence
Logojoy aimed to create an easy-to-use website that allows customers to make choices through microservices technology.READ MORE ❯
Innovation-focused Entripy makes custom shirts without the middleman
Entripy has used technology to engage directly with the customer through microsites, applying analytics to marketing and using paperless processes to control production and distribution themselves.READ MORE ❯
For ad agency, embracing the future comes at a cost, but it’s worth it
The ad agency industry is prone to disruption more than many sectors, as clients migrate online and embrace social media.READ MORE ❯
It doesn’t matter if it’s a good idea if the timing’s not right
Company picked right moment to enter market for helping clients use the cloud.READ MORE ❯
Five challenges for mid-sized businesses, and how to cope
From cyberattacks to cash-flow concerns, here are five issues SMBs can deal with.READ MORE ❯
How robots can even the playing field for small business
Robotics are changing the nature of work overall, but they are also helping to automate some of the world’s dullest, dirtiest and deadliest jobs.READ MORE ❯
A digital farmer’s market brings local foods to Ontarians
Food wholesaler Flanagan launches an online e-commerce forum designed to connect small, local food growers directly with purchasing outletsREAD MORE ❯
Technology doesn’t replace a handshake
ABC Recycling, based in Burnaby, B.C., finds that, despite the technological developments in the industry, the trust needed to do business effectively requires a face-to-face approachREAD MORE ❯
Why Kobo didn’t focus only on the U.S., home turf of Amazon
Aside from an international e-commerce platform, being Canadian was also a plus for the e-book and e-reader retailer when seeking markets abroad.READ MORE ❯
WATCH:Digital transformation breaks health care barriers
Digital health enables hospitals to help people far beyond the walls of the hospital, and Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital is fully embracing technology to realize their “no boundaries” approach.READ MORE ❯
Five ways Canadian businesses can hold their own against the giants in e-commerce
PayPal Canada president Paul Parisi offers tips on how to improve customers’ online shopping experience.READ MORE ❯
How Henry’s cameras and electronics competes with Amazon
Revamping Henry’s e-commerce site resulted in double-digit gains in mobile purchases.READ MORE ❯
How Entripy Custom Clothing went from a one-person basement operation and is now expanding to a 50,000-square-foot facility in Oakville, Ont.
Saskatoon-based Superior Cabinets undertook a major turnaround based on technologies to slash inefficiencies.
Smart-thermostat company’s focus included remote-sensor capability and flexibility around customers’ needs.
Though the company sells some widely recognized brands of liquors and wines, it still decided it could use a sales-tool boost.
Paolo Kalaw started Nimbyx Ltd. after an idea at business school caught his interest.
Mid-sized firms are increasingly stressed, given global economic developments and the recent U.S. election. Experts suggest they stick to what they do best over the coming year.
Manufacturing facilities with cutting-edge technology also produce garments for Banana Republic and Hugo Boss
With two grown daughters, Marion Frankel and her husband, Mark, anticipated becoming grandparents in the near future – just not three times over in the span of five months
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Classroom-tech company ended up going straight to the people using its product.
Having built its business through online shopping and ‘demand shaping,’ Frank + Oak decided it was big enough to take a crack at women’s wear.
The system that allows people to pay with their bank cards rolled out flash pay, facing challenges coming from many directions.
The health marketing agency started out with a problem due to growing pains. Its solution ended up pushing it in a new direction.
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