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Betakit

Qimple wants to change perception of doing business in Atlantic Canada with $1.1 million seed round 

Moncton-based HR software company Qimple has raised $1.1 million in seed funding. Qimple — which raised an initial investment of $500,000 from 500 Startups — received the $1.1 million investment from the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation, with participation from Green Century Investment. Qimple’s total funding to date is $1.6 million.

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Betakit

CareGuide makes strategic investment in fellow startup Qimple 

Toronto’s CareGuide is known for making its own road. The care marketplace startup, which has a portfolio of sites like Sitter.com and Housekeeper.com, has taken a unique approach to fundraising and growth: predominantly raising $4 million in seed funding from over 70 angel investors, and convincing RBC to supply $1 million in debt financing to gobble up the competitor which inspired its business. Today, CareGuide announced a strategic investment in Moncton-based Qimple.

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Huddle

Seven startups to watch in New Brunswick

New Brunswick’s increasingly strong startup community is making a name for the province on the global tech stage. There’s also an evolving entrepreneurial “ecosystem,” with supporting organizations like Propel ICT, Fredericton’s Planet Hatch and Moncton’s Venn. New Brunswick startups may start small but they have big goals.

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Chronicle Herald

N.B. online recruiters Qimple hit big time

Yves Boudreau is so thrilled to be participating in the San Francisco accelerator 500 Startups that his voice seems to glow with California sunshine.

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Techvibes

Moncton's Qimple joins 500 Startups

A month after revealing it’s attracted an impressive set of investors, Qimple has been accepted into one of the best-known accelerators in the world.

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Chronicle Herald

Moncton’s Qimple goes for glory

Online firm’s tracking, assessment systems make life easier for applicants, recuiters

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CBC

New Moncton-based software will help companies find employees

A Moncton entrepreneur is getting ready to launch a software program to help companies find employees.

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