BIV Podcast (episode 82): Canadian companies leaving their mark

BIV reporters Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin discuss the current state of some of Canada's most prominent businesses


BIV reporters Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin discuss Slack Technologies raising $250 million although it's unclear what the company will use the money for. The pair later discuss Roots decision to go public and what it will mean for the Canadian company's expansion.

Later, Tyler and Hayley talk with Ryan Spong, founder and CEO, Foodee about how the Vancouver based company is the latest startup to receive financial support from the BC Tech Fund. Founder and CEO Ryan Spong discusses the company’s growth.

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