A Look at the Canadian Company that’s Revolutionizing the AdTech Market

The seismic shift brought by the COVID-19 pandemic catalyzed explosive growth in digital activity, propelling the demand for precise virtual advertising technologies. At the forefront of this transformation is Canadian digital advertising powerhouse, Zoomd Technologies (TSXV: ZOMD).
Established in 2012 by a quartet of Israeli entrepreneurs, Zoomd originated as an advanced internal search engine that allows publishers to optimize their site engine for monetizing through e-commerce technologies and effective digital campaigns.

Arrest of Huawei’s CFO in Canada Adds Fuel to Trade War Worries

The arrest of Meng Wanzhou, the Chief Financial Officer of Huawei Technologies, by Canadian authorities in December 2018 has amplified concerns over the escalating trade war between the United States and China. 
Huawei, which is a Chinese multinational technology company, is one of the world’s largest producers of telecommunications equipment and smartphones. Meng, who is also the daughter of Huawei’s founder, Ren Zhengfei, was arrested in Vancouver at the request of the United States, on allegations of fraud related to U.S. sanctions against Iran….

The Rise of Vaping Technology in Canada

Vaping technology in Canada has seen a remarkable rise over the past few years. This trend reflects a global shift, but there are unique aspects to how it has evolved in the Canadian context. Among these is the emergence of Canada’s best vape store, offering a diverse range of products to cater to the growing demand and preferences of Canadian vapers.
Let’s dive into this phenomenon and explore the factors that have contributed to the growth of vaping technology in Canada.
The Appeal of Vaping Technology
One of the primary reasons behind the popularity of vaping in …

Is Corporate India Contributing Enough to a Plastic-Free Nation?

The Indian government’s recent decision to not ban certain types of single-use plastic is considered a setback in efforts to combat pollution. 
However, even as the government held back, multiple companies in India, including e-commerce giants Flipkart and Amazon India, have pledged to reduce or eliminate their use of single-use plastics.
Corporate Initiatives
Let’s have a look at some companies in the country and their efforts toward achieving a plastic-free …