Technology

Technology is moving astoundingly quickly. The pace of change in the fields of artificial intelligence, renewable energy and the “internet of things”, for instance, can make it hard for investors to keep up. But if you aren’t on top of the latest developments, you risk losing out.

Since the start of 2009, global technology stocks have performed better than the market overall, attracting a great deal of investor interest along the way. But the benefits of tech are also having a strong ripple effect on more “traditional” areas of the economy. And that’s being seen in new and improved products as well as in the increased efficiencies and lower costs that often go hand-in-hand with innovation.

Our extensive research and thorough due diligence have helped discover Image Protect Inc. (OTC: IMTL), an image technology pioneer that offers a revolutionary approach to monetizing digital images with adverts. The digital advertising market is experiencing red hot growth. It exceeded $100 billion in the U.S. alone in 2018...
Edmonton is on its way to becoming a tech hub in Canada. Amidst the drive, the Downtown Business Association (DBA) has tabled five recommendations that could allow the city to attract tech leaders and investments to spur growth. Edmonton Tech Hub Prospects Establishment of an accelerator program geared towards retaining...
Canada's Global Talent Stream program has attracted more US companies to open shop in the country to tap its growing talent pool. As a result of the growing number of skilled workers in the country tech hubs have emerged in Toronto, Montreal, Waterloo, and Vancouver. Canada appealing to US tech...
The global technology industry is growing at an impressive rate amidst growing concerns about a global economic slowdown as well as international trade issues. As it stands the size of the global tech industry could hit the $5 trillion mark on growing at 4% in 2019, according to data...
Canada boasts of one of the fastest-growing tech sectors in the world. An influx of investments and talent has seen Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and Ottawa emerge as a tech hub in North America. Amidst the growth, the digital divide between Canadian cities threatens to widen, as investments remain focused on...
The global digital economy is growing fasts and for countries such as Canada it presents numerous opportunities for its large cities. However whereas the big cities are capitalizing on the growth there are concerns that some cities may be left behind in the digital revolution. Canada’s big cities leveraging the...
The Artificial Intelligence industry is one of the fast growing sectors in recent times and thus it is no surprise that that AI companies are attracting venture capital investments. Most recently is the launch of the Vision Fund 2 by SoftBank Group which aims at investing in AI and...
The hard stand of the Trump administration on immigrants could potential benefit Canada. with the US having stringent immigration restrictions that are unwelcoming on the other side of Canada cities like Toronto and Vancouver are warming up to these immigrants as they look to double down on their diversity....
The energy sector in Canada spends considerable amounts in clean technology but in terms of innovation, it is still behind. Around $1.4 billion is spent annually in the energy industry. Innovations and focus on clean energy such as geothermal energy will likely spur growth in the ailing oil industry...
Climate change is a hot subject given the amount of money spent as well as conferences held by world leaders in a bid to combat the proliferation of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. For the longest time, the focus has been on passing legislation and coming up with new...