Tech Uncensored – EV Infrastructure Market: Gaps and Opportunities

About the episode: The transition to EV is growing at a rapid pace. Building out an EV infrastructure is a significant challenge – where are the gaps and opportunities? In this discussion,  Carmine Pizzurro, President at eCAMION, Patrick Marion, VP Product Development at Inmotive Inc., and Arthur Kong, Director of Project Development at NGen Canada join our host,… Continue reading Tech Uncensored – EV Infrastructure Market: Gaps and Opportunities

What VC’s don’t tell you: Things you have always wanted to ask.

Venture capital funding is critical for tech startups. Venture capitalists (VCs) hear hundreds of pitches on an ongoing basis so they need to be selective. Why do VCs reject a company? What are the criteria for which they evaluate startups? Here are some takeaways: VCs provide feedback to startup companies, and those who integrate them… Continue reading What VC’s don’t tell you: Things you have always wanted to ask.

Tech Uncensored – The Fragile Community: How Do Businesses Rebuild

About the episode: Since the prosperity of Web 2 and social media platforms, Twitter has become a place for people to connect with others and to build communities together. However, Elon Musk interfered the operation of Twitter significantly and impactfully, leading to the communities on Twitter being more fragile than ever. In this episode, our… Continue reading Tech Uncensored – The Fragile Community: How Do Businesses Rebuild

Tech Uncensored – Current Climate: Identify Opportunities & Emerge Stronger than Before

About the episode: In this episode, Paul Barter, Altitude’s Entrepreneur-in-Residence is joined by Pam Banks and Samie Husain to cover the fallouts emerging from the Startup and Finance world: the massive layoffs at both Meta and Twitter, and startup shutdowns instigated by a previous year’s inflated valuations are all pointing to a softening of investment… Continue reading Tech Uncensored – Current Climate: Identify Opportunities & Emerge Stronger than Before