Welcome to the first installment of the Techvibes Ottawa Start-up Index. The index ranks Ottawa area tech start-ups based on an average of Alexa and Compete traffic rankings. Criteria and other details are available on the Start-up Index page.
If you have any suggestions for companies to add to the index, please post them in the comments for this post.
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