Tag: Canadian Business

Controversial Immigration Bans Won’t Stop U.S.-Canada Tech Projects

by Lee Rickwood
Disruptive new immigration bans and restrictive visa proposals in the U.S. are said to be a boon for the Canadian tech scene, with observers anticipating a growing flow of skilled workers to this country who can’t, or won’t, head to the States. Yet cross-border collaboration in the tech industry is not going away.

New thinking and technology for the future of retail

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
The popularity of online shopping, with aggressive players like Amazon.ca offering various perks like free-shipping and same-day shipping and free returns have challenged brick and mortar retailers who now have either innovate and offer not just products and fair prices but also experiences to retain customers.

Overview of technology solutions at the Dx3 Canada Conference 2017

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Dx3 is Canada’s leading marketing, digital, technology and marketing event showcases the latest innovations in payments, VR, mixed reality, point of sale and mobile technology as well as a look at the latest trends and also hot to best create customer loyalty.

More Canadian High-Tech Developers Head to U.S.

More Canadian High-Tech Developers Head to U.S.

by Lee Rickwood
Canadian high-tech companies are heading to Boston to develop and expand their wide-ranging product and service offerings: providing cannabis products or office workstations, enhancing meetings or identifying cancers.

Retailers Play with High-Tech to Drive New Shopping Experiences

Retailers Play with High-Tech to Drive New Shopping Experiences

In the battle between e-commerce and in-store shopping, and as online sales tallies continue to grow, sophisticated new technology is being used to rejuvenate – some might say save – the old-fashioned bricks-and-mortar store. Digital innovation and powerful computer technologies…

Apple’s earnings shed light on possible trouble ahead

By Ted Kritsonis

If you were to focus purely on the dollar figures, Apple’s latest earnings looked like a nice bounce back for a company that had done worse in the previous three quarters. Dig a little deeper, and there are signs that not all is going well.