Tech Roundup

Each week we bring together the latest headlines and happenings to help you stay up-to-date on what's happening in Edmonton's tech and innovation community.
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Emily Rendell-Watson

Emily Rendell-Watson

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Tuesday, January 25, 2022

The latest headlines & happenings in Edmonton's tech community. Areto Labs and PALcares from Edmonton are among an international group of tech startups in the first cohort of the Community Safety and Wellness Accelerator.

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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

The latest headlines & happenings in Edmonton's tech community. Edmonton-based space company Wyvern has been accepted into the Y Combinator technology accelerator, and has closed an oversubscribed seed round for US$2.25 million, led by MaC Venture Capital, in addition to US$2.25 million in pre-seed funding and support from the federal government.

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Tuesday, January 11, 2022

The latest headlines & happenings in Edmonton's tech community. Alberta's tech sector has long been a sleeper hit in the province's economy. Though it's often overshadowed by the energy sector, it provides a large number of employment opportunities for innovators.

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Recent articles

Zack Storms speaks into a microphone

Edmonton's startup ecosystem looks forward to more gatherings and investment growth in 2022

Edmonton's startup community is expecting 2022 to offer more clarity for the ecosystem, a surge of grassroots gatherings and initiatives, and opportunities to build upon successes from 2021.

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PulseMedica's Nir Katchinskiy celebrates winning the Startup TNT Investment Summit IV.

Edmonton's tech ecosystem wraps up stellar year, anticipates more growth in 2022

From startups to scaleups, pivots, new investments, and funding announcements, Edmonton's tech ecosystem flourished in 2021 despite the pandemic. We look back at what happened in 2021 and what's to come in the year ahead.

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Kevin Petterson

Zipstall app aims to make parking easier in downtown Edmonton

"Parking is like the grease for the wheel — the piece that keeps everything moving," says Kevin Petterson. Zipstall, the app he developed, is tackling the downtown parking experience in Edmonton by suggesting the best available parking stall at any given time.

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