- Telia Company, Latvijas Mobilais Telefons and Telekom Slovenije bring the service to eight additional European countries
- First customers in Germany and Austria
- More than a dozen additional partners, powerful new features
Brian Boychuk, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at BeWhere Inc. shares how BeWhere is deploying the low-cost, low-power IoT sensors on mobile network operator-managed LTE-M and NB-IoT networks around the world.
At the Mobile IoT Experience at #MWC19, Altair SmartWorks, BeWhere Inc. and igloohome show how LTE-M and NB-IoT can improve operational efficiencies and revolutionise daily lives across industries. Learn more at www.gsma.com/mioti
Direct Co-ops Presents: THE ENTREPRENEUR
The Entrepreneur is a proposed reality television show in which entrepreneurs, startups and various stage companies pitch their business to a panel of experts, specializing in assisting companies reach their goals. Upon being accepted, the show showcases the businesses as they grow and reach their milestones, truly serving as an educational tool for future entrepreneurs.
The show is hosted by Canadian TV celebrity and former CP24 and MUCHhost Steve Anthony and A.J Attia, President CEO of Direct Global / Direct Co-ops / 416Direct and member of the CWEIC Advisory Council. The experts include Jasmin Ganie-Hobbs (Head of Tech Finance at the Business Development Bank of Canada BDC), Nicolas Thadaney (former President CEO of TMX Equity Group), Christopher Jones (Senior Partner at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP and Founder of Blakes’ Nitro Program), Boris G. Tsimerinov(Managing Director at Semper8 Capital) and many others.
Directed by Team YOSHI Media Production Teamyoshi Media Production
TORONTO,ON / ACCESSWIRE / January 4, 2019 / BeWhere Holdings Inc. (TSXV: BEW, OTCQB:BEWFF) (“BeWhere” or the “Company”) announces it has withdrawnits preliminary short form prospectus filed November 13, 2018 with thesecurities regulatory authorities in Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta.
Tara Walton/THE CANADIAN PRESS
The Canadian Press
Updated January 11, 2018
Ontario’s wine makers and grape growers are nervously watching the weather, fearing that this year’s harvest could be literally nipped in the bud by an unusually cold winter.
“We’ve gotten very close to the critical temperatures for bud survival for vines for next year’s crop,” says Matthew Speck, the viticulturist at his family’s vineyard and winemaking operation near St. Catharines, Ont., in the heart of Ontario’s best-known wine region. He said this winter reminds him of 2014-2015, when his winery lost 30 per cent of its yield.