View article “In 2019, we’ll see an increase in innovation in Waterloo region and across the country. As more tech giants open offices in our region, we predict that more entrepreneurs than ever will tap into their own creativity and ingenuity; they’ll be inspired to invent, test, and bring products to market that will disrupt
View article “If you’re a young founder who’s starting a company today or are going into 2019 with big goals, [our] advice is don’t leave for tomorrow what can be done today. This has been so important to our success at Bridgit, that it’s made its way into our core values. Things move so quickly
View article Working in the real world brings real challenges. Whether it’s construction, contracting, real estate—you name it—keeping track of people, assets and vehicles is enough to drive management up the wall. Luckily, Canadian startups are offering concrete digital solutions that help fortify the foundation of any good business.
It’s a practice that dates back to the 1600s, but fell out of popularity when the word was associated with single-family ‘trailer’ homes.
In December, our inboxes were inundated with newsletters and articles about the trends set to disrupt the construction industry in 2019.
As the co-founder of a Canadian-grown company, I was very proud to be part of the Canadian Construction Association’s 100th annual conference last week.
Co-founders Mallorie Brodie and Lauren Lake spent nearly a year of early mornings as college students at Canada’s Western University “crane-hunting,” interviewing employees involved with all parts of construction — managers, contractors, project owners, the builders themselves — about their daily processes.