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Brian Solis | BCBusiness

Here's what startups are getting wrong according to Brian Solis

A Q&A with the Silicon Valley thought leader

How-To | Grow

Vancouver startup Mojio bets big on the connected car

Jay Giraud wants to connect drivers with the computers inside their vehicles

Start Ups | Grow
Recon Instruments | BCBusiness

Recon Instruments eyes the industrial market for wearables

Recon has succeeded by building tech for eyewear brands like Oakley and Smith. Now it wants to strike out on its own

How-To | Grow

Canada's 6 biggest tech investments in the last year

See where the largest investments in Canadian software companies have been placed since last August

Entrepreneurs | Digital

SIGGRAPH 2014 photos: international animation conference comes to Vancouver

SIGGRAPH is back in Vancouver a second time, along with 16,000 attendees

Start Ups | Research
Ebola | BCBusiness

Ebola sends a B.C. biotech's stock soaring

West Africa’s deadly Ebola outbreak puts the spotlight on a Vancouver company’s experimental treatment

Politics & Policy | Economy

Vancouver among world's 18 most innovative cities, maybe

A new, sort of weird list from Business Insider says Vancouver is tops for innovation

Sustainability | Economy
Debbie Landa | BCBusiness

What you can expect from GROW Conference 2014

Wearables and the Internet of things will feature prominently at this year's late summer tech fest

Entrepreneurs | Events | Grow

Kelowna plans a $35-million centre for startups

The province commits $6 million to a centre for early-stage businesses in Kelowna

Start Ups | Entrepreneurs | Interior


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