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Nov 23, 2017
Vancouver video game mainstay Relic is moving its HQ
By the Editors

Relic Entertainment, the venerable Vancouver video game developer, is getting a new mothership. In mid 2019, Relic will move from its current Yaletown HQ to Nickel, a 71,000-square-foot property being developed by PC Urban Properties Corp. on a former industrial site in Mount Pleasant. The company, whose neighbours will include Saje...

Nov 22, 2017
Robo Crop: Seven B.C. companies pushing the boundaries of robotics
Scott Neufeld

Robots are on the move in B.C., if you know where to look. A mix of established veterans and promising startups, the province’s robotics companies are doing everything from delving into undersea exploration to teaching machines how to think like...

Nov 21, 2017
Cool invention puts Port Alberni company on the podium
By the Editors

Coulson Ice Blast was recently honoured at the R&D 100 Awards in Orlando, Florida. Port Alberni–based Coulson’s invention, the IceStorm90, is an industrial cleaning machine that runs on crushed ice instead of liquid water. Coulson joins a slew of major players in the top 100, such as General Motors Co., IBM Corp. and...

Nov 20, 2017
Vancouver tech startup partners with NFL team
By the Editors

Nimbyx Ltd., an e-commerce business, has joined forces with the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League. Founded in 2016, Vancouver-based Nimbyx originally made a name for itself by reducing overhead costs for smaller dental businesses, but the company has started using its online marketplace in other industries. The Dolphins deal will see it team up...

Nov 16, 2017
Vancouver company announces innovation in blockchain technology
By the Editors

Venzee Inc., a Vancouver company that specializes in developing software for retail and supply chain companies, announced the launch of new technology that it hopes will connect businesses with blockchain networks. Simply put, blockchain is a digital ledger that records transactions made in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. “Blockchain is poised to be the most...

Nov 16, 2017
Leadership: Copperleaf CEO Judi Hess promotes women in tech
Felicity Stone

Judi Hess supports affirmative action. Since becoming CEO in 2009 of Vancouver-based Copperleaf Technologies Inc., she has increased the number of female employees from roughly 10 per cent to about a third. Over that period, the company’s total staff rose...

Nov 15, 2017
B.C. second-most-represented province on Deloitte Technology Fast 50 list
By the Editors

Thirteen companies based in B.C. made the 2017 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 list, which ranks the Canadian tech businesses with the highest revenue growth rates over four-year period. Ontario companies topped the list, with social entertainment producer Diply leading the country thanks to revenue expansion of more than 90,000 per cent. Prodigy Game (a game-based learning...

Nov 14, 2017
13 B.C. companies among Canada’s top 100 R&D spenders for 2016
By the Editors

In fiscal 2016, Bombardier Inc. was again Canada’s most prolific investor in research and development, even as the aerospace and transportation company’s spending dropped 14.2 per cent over the previous fiscal year. That’s according to Toronto-based Research Infosource Inc., which publishes an annual ranking of Canada’s top 100 corporate R&D spenders. With just under $1.97 billion...

Nov 14, 2017
Vancouver-based startup wins silver at Native Advertising Awards
By the Editors

Pressboard Media Inc., a Vancouver-based startup that dubs itself an “online story marketplace,” claimed silver in one of the main categories at the Native Advertising Awards. The awards took place last week during the third annual Native Advertising Days (yes, such a thing exists) in Berlin. The company seeks to connect brands with publishers...

Nov 8, 2017
Report says Canadian tech companies fall short when it comes to female executives

Surprise, surprise: a new report called Where’s the Dial Now? has found that only 5 per cent Canadian technology companies have a solo female CEO. The study, sponsored by a movement called #Move the Dial, aims to show the gap that women face in the tech sector. Some of the numbers are staggering. For example: Women...

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