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Michael Lloy

COVID-19: Canadian industries respond with strength and

Michael Lloy is a Research Analyst at Comperemedia, responsible for producing syndicated and custom reports, as well as providing marketing insights across Canadian Financial Services, Insurance and Telecom channels. March 31st, 2020March 31st, 2020 As uncertainty and anxiety affect the Canadian populace, brands have reassured consumers that they would continue to serve them while taking …

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Canadian healthy lifestyles | Mintel.com

Canadian healthy lifestyles | Mintel.com

Available 24 hours a day, Mintel’s global public relations team is pleased to provide accredited journalists with access to our research, arrange interviews with our expert analysts and share the latest insights across categories and countries. October 18th, 2019October 18th, 2019 Amidst all the buzz surrounding health and wellness for modern consumers, Canadians aren’t pretending …

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Canadian consumers aren’t taking IoT security seriously enough, says ESET report

Despite rampant outbreak of cybersecurity incidents, consumers are still not taking proper steps to safeguard their internet-connected devices, concluded an ESET survey study with 4,000 participants. With a tally of 7 billion and counting, the number of IoT devices is expected to rise to 21 billion by 2025. According to IoT Analytics, the number of …

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Canadian SMBs incur a potential productivity loss of CA$2 billion using older technology 

A recent study commissioned by Microsoft and Intel reported that the cost of using a PC older than four years is more than buying a new one.  As per StatsCanada, the country is home to around 1.2 million small and medium businesses. These businesses comprise 98.8 per cent of the total employee businesses in the …

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Growing Canadian tech haven is not where you’d expect

When it comes to Canadian tech hubs, the province of Nova Scotia rarely comes to mind – but it should. Nova Scotia’s world-class post-secondary institutions like Dalhousie University, which has often been leveraged when promoting technical innovation in the region, garners a lot of interest. Retaining that talent to grow the tech scene in the …

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TrackTik CEO becomes the latest CEO at The Council of Canadian Innovators

Simon Ferragne, TrackTik Inc. CEO has earned a seat on The Council of Canadian Innovators (CCI), becoming its latest CEO to help shape the innovation agenda for Canada. In this position, Ferragne will be working on optimizing the growth of Canada’s innovation sector with over a hundred of his peers. Simon Ferragne, TrackTik Inc. CEO …

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Evolution of online sales catches up to Ancaster’s Great Canadian Gift Company

Sometimes the issue is the cost of shipping, which online businesses are increasingly being forced to absorb. More often it is that they can’t keep pace with social media. “Just spitting out the same duplicate content on all of your social channels just doesn’t do it anymore,” Bucciachio said. He recommends a quality over quantity …

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CIRA calls for federal parties to support an open Canadian Internet

The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), the non-profit organization that oversees all .ca domain names, published its new vision for the future internet in Canada. “We believe strongly that the future of the internet and the future of Canada are inextricably linked,” said Byron Holland, CIRA president, in a statement. “We believe that the internet …

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Canadian mobile gamer joins ‘World’s Fastest Gamer’ racing competition

A Canadian mobile gamer has been confirmed as a finalist in Millennial Esports’ ‘World’s Fastest Gamer‘ racing competition. Twenty-four-year-old Riley Gerster is the sixth finalist in the competition, which will see mobile gamers face off in a real-life race with a prize worth more than $1 million USD (about $1.3 million CAD). In October, contestants …

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Canadian Brewery Changes Name Of Brew Due To Peanut Butter Company Bully That Doesn’t Ship In Canada

from the drunk-or-nuts? dept We’ve been talking about the trademark crisis facing the craft brewing industry for some time. To recap, an industry explosion coupled with the habit of that industry to come up with creative and referential names for its products has collided with trademark attacks coming both from within and outside of the …

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