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Google to Hire Up To 5,000 Employees in Canada

Google has announced last week that it will be adding three times more employees than they have now in Toronto, Montreal and Waterloo – Kitchener, Ontario. Google hopes to get the hires in within the next few years. Each location will get a new office. Kitchener is expected to have the largest number of employees … Continue reading Google to Hire Up To 5,000 Employees in Canada

Fly from Toronto to Waterloo in 18 minutes: Silicon Valley North United

Waterloo as you know is dubbed as Silicon Valley of the North. With over 1,200 new ventures for a population of around 600,000 is the region that has the highest startup density of any area globally. That is a good thing – but a lot of times Waterloo startup community is connected tightly with Toronto area … Continue reading Fly from Toronto to Waterloo in 18 minutes: Silicon Valley North United

Toronto or Waterloo / Kitchener for tech startups?

We always want a great place to start our business. In deciding where to bring your business, you must define your priorities on several factors like operating and developer costs. Both, Toronto and Waterloo are considered very business friendly cities but which one is better? The question below was asked on Quora recently on where … Continue reading Toronto or Waterloo / Kitchener for tech startups?

Kitchener Clearpath Robotics’s OTTO Motors makes self driving vehicles for warehouses, raises $55M Canadian to date

OTTO Motors, a division of Clearpath Robotics, provides self-driving vehicles designed exclusively for indoor material transport. The vehicles operate with infrastructure-free navigation, offering intelligent, safe, efficient, and reliable transportation within industrial centers. Proprietary hardware, software, and services are delivered to provide customer excellence. Who started the company? Do you / team members have tech background? … Continue reading Kitchener Clearpath Robotics’s OTTO Motors makes self driving vehicles for warehouses, raises $55M Canadian to date