Winnipeg-based Bold Commerce is expanding its business operations to Austin, Texas. The e-commerce solution developer said the expansion is in step with its plans to further accelerate its growth both geographically and in the e-commerce market.
Fresh from a glitch-free Black Friday/Cyber Monday marathon where Bold Commerce’s 90,000 merchant customers from around the world did millions of dollars of business using the Winnipeg company’s e-commerce tools, Bold is now on to the next chapter of its growth — breaking into the enterprise space.
Bold Commerce, the local e-commerce software titan, placed 12th overall, one of only three Prairie companies to place in the top 25.
Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX) has named the Top 20 Early and Top 10 Growth Canadian technology startups that have been accepted into its annual awards program.
It’s a bit of a freebie calling Bold Commerce a “company to watch in 2019,” considering this Winnipeg startup already shattered headlines to kick off 2019...
Winnipeg’s Bold Commerce has landed a $22-million investment from two Toronto venture-capital firms that will help accelerate the growth of what is already one of the fastest-growing companies in the country.
Bold Commerce, the Winnipeg e-commerce software company, has formed a board of directors with three independent directors in addition to the company’s four founders.
All hands are on deck at Bold Commerce in Winnipeg on Tuesday as the firm prepares for the Black Friday online shopping rush.
The Black Friday weekend and Cyber Monday have all hands on deck at a Winnipeg technology company that provides e-commerce software to clients worldwide.
On Cyber Monday, shoppers look for deals across the internet and it seems many of the strands of the world wide web will end up being pulled here in Winnipeg.
Averaging about eight to 10 new employees per month, Bold Commerce will grow out of the 26,500-square-foot space that it has been in for less than two years, in about five months.
Shopify has become the undisputed Canadian all-star of the digital economy world, creating an e-commerce platform that’s now used by more than 500,000 merchants in 175 countries conducting more than $40 billion in sales.
Bold Commerce is Shopify’s largest app development partner, crafting some of the most successful eCommerce apps available on the market. The success behind this Winnipeg-based company lies in its ability to provide two of the most coveted things in the business world — money and time.
It doesn’t matter if they are standing at a desk, sprawled on a couch or just walking around the new 26,500-square-foot headquarters, it seems as though every one of the 20-something employees at Bold Commerce are all pecking at an electronic device of some sort.
At a company open house and celebration, marking the 100th employee hired, four founders of a Winnipeg tech company launched a brand new app they hope will help them double their workforce in the next two years.
Province's business and innovation sectors enjoy rich history, promising future. From grain handling to e-commerce, business innovators keep pushing Manitoba to the forefront.
Bold Innovation Group (BIG) has become the fastest-growing tech company in the province and they've done it all out of Ile-des-Chênes. But with 80 employees now, it has out-grown its off-the-beaten-track digs.
About 30 kilometres south of Winnipeg, in Île-des-Chênes, Bold Innovation Group is building the Manitoba version of the Silicon Valley tech campus.
Compared with the Apple App Store's candy-shop feel -- all sorts of sweet, cheap fun for less than a buck -- the Shopify app store is more like a tool shop that will help your online retail operation make more money.
You may know us as Bold, but we do business as Bold Commerce and often use the names of our other divisionssuch as Bold Apps. We use our main Bold logo for our business, as well as all of its divisions.
For icons or when a square logo is required, we use the "B" only icon. The B is in white, surrounded by a square in the same red as the main logo.