Alkarim Nasser Makes Marketing Magazine’s 30 Under 30

Marketing Magazine places our very own, Alkarim Nasser, on their annual ’30 Under 30′ listing “the smartest, bravest and most creative ones to watch in the business.” The print issue hits newsstands on September 10th with an inspiring group from the world of marketing, advertising, and PR. Fellow tech industry aficionados listed within these categories are Erin […]

BNOTIONS Has Moved Locations

To the heart of St. Lawence Market, we are proud to announce that we have moved from a 3,000 sq. foot office to 12,000 sq. feet to support new hires and tremendous momentum. The space will give us more room for talent expansion, more room for our incubating companies, more room for community events, workshops, and […]

[Press Release] Brands’ Desire for Innovation Lands BNOTIONS on the PROFIT HOT 50 LIST

  Brands’ Desire for Innovation Lands BNOTIONS on the PROFIT HOT 50 LIST PROFIT Magazine unveils 13th annual list of Canada’s Top New Growth Companies Toronto, August 29, 2012—PROFIT Magazine today ranked BNOTIONS NO. 11 on its 13th annual PROFIT HOT 50, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Top New Growth Companies. Published in the October […]

Two Methods to Implement Batch Request with Facebook SDK for PHP

Facebook Graph API can provide programmatic access to the Facebook platform core. Safely guarded by user’s access preference, Facebook ‘objects‘ and connection with other ‘objects’ can be viewed and created by an application built on the Facebook platform. Standard Facebook Graph API is designed for accessing an individual object and all associative connections. It is limited […]

Sharing Knowledge from Toronto to New York

BNOTIONS, Chief Culture Officer, Mark Reale, takes his expertise to New York, teaching at General Assembly this Fall The internet has changed how we see and define education. We now have options that just weren’t available before, and it’s creating new ways for people to gain knowledge and work in places they actually enjoy, thereby […]

Digital Disruption: Outlook on Tech and The Valley

Last week controversy flared as ‘Paypal mafia’ member and Yammer founder (recently sold to Microsoft for $1.2 billion), David Sacks posted to his Facebook wall: I think Silicon Valley as we know it may be coming to an end. In order to create a successful new company, you have to find an idea that (1) has […]

Front end round-up #5

After a little bit a hiatus, we are back, stronger than ever. Here’s a double feature for you guys to catch up on some of the latest, greatest, and impressive front end demos, technologies and methods.   Photoshop Etiquette If you’ve ever done anything in respect to coding a layout designed by someone else, you’ve […]

Designing Apps For In-Car Technologies

In the past few years, a selection of high-end automakers such as BMW and Jaguar have changed their perception of in-car applications and have begun to listen to why consumer would like new ways to use their smart devices while driving. These in-vehicle infotainment systems have been primarily designed and developed in-house and haven’t offered […]

The Economics of Technology Show Market Leadership

Senior Equity Analyst at S&P Capital IQ, Scott Kessler spoke on Bloomberg this morning defending the technology sector after discerning news from Dell and HP after missing forecasted revenue numbers this week. With Facebook’s plummeting shares and poor returns for Barnes & Noble’s Nook in reaching past revenue figures, the technology outlook could be precieved […]

Transmedia: A Case Study for Brand Strategy

What is Transmedia? Defined by Screen Australia as “Storytelling across multiple forms of media, with each element making distinctive contributions to a user’s understanding of the story universe, including where user actions affect the experience of content across multiple platforms (eg. reaching a score level in an online game unlocks the next mobile episode).” Often a […]