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Walking into Google

You can enter anything you want into a google search bar, and now for the first time ever, you can physically enter into a google store. They’ve joined the likes of Microsoft and Apple having opened their first brick and mortar store last week in Currys PC World in the UK. If consumers didn’t need the ability to hold or experience tangible...

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Closure: Coming to a store near you

 It’s no secret that there is something serious going on in the Canadian retail industry and the winds of change don’t particularly seem positive. It didn’t feel like too long ago that Sears regretfully informed Canadians of major cutbacks and the iconic Eaton Centre store prepared for shutdown. Now in the last few months Canadians have had to brace themselves...

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One Step Closer!

Today marks a critical day for Rubikloud. We just announced the closing of a $7 million Series A round led by some very strategic and critical funding partners across the world. We're thrilled to be working with such a great group of investors and entrepreneurs! I’m proud of our team for everything we have accomplished in the past 6 months...

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Official Announcement: Series A Financing

  Retail Intelligence Platform Rubikloud Raises $7M in Series A Funding to  Support Global Demand Funding round enables Rubikloud to capitalize on opportunities in North America and Asia   Toronto, Ontario – January 19, 2015 – Rubikloud Technologies Inc. (@Rubikloud) announced today that it has raised $7 million in an oversubscribed Series A financing round, bringing the total investment in the last 12 months...

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Off to Collingwood we go!

2014 was the year for “Rubikloud Labs.” I use the word labs because we were iterating and trying many different things with our retail customers and partners. Some of it we scrapped and some of it we have productized. We have been so fortunate to work with such large retailers, it truly helped us shape a clear path into 2015. Now...

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Artists and their tools

I’ve never given too much thought to the keyboard I use, my laptop came with one that for obvious reasons seemed like the natural choice. It wasn’t until I started working at Rubikloud did I notice the variety of keyboard possibilities. Large and small, quiet and loud, number pads or not, keyboards evidently come in a plethora of different shapes...

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Back to the Future with Neil Laing

Neil Laing is our Director of UI/UX and has seen the transformation that took companies from marketing magazines to websites, and mailing lists to email campaigns. He knows a lot about user-experience and creating brands, and he’s seen the obstacles technology has had to overcome to get us to where we are today. When Laing entered the field in the early 90’s,...

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Canada’s Startup Communities Part 2: Talent Attraction

In my last post I touched on the strong support system and available resources for our blooming startup communities in Canada. The rock-solid foundation we offer entrepreneurs is an easy competition to enter with Silicon Valley. Talent attraction however, is not. In recent years losing top talent to the USA has been a serious concern for Canadians in the tech industry,...

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Data Driven Marketing Decisions
Data-driven decisions in retail need to rely on more than legacy analytics.

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