Invest In Canada: Leading Global Business Innovation With The Digital Technology Supercluster by: Invest in Canada
Canada is aiming to become a global player in developing new innovations and technologies. The Digital Technology Supercluster, a collaboration-focused consortium of emerging companies, think tanks and academic institutions, will be key to that transformation.
Global fintech companies find talent, innovation and partnership in Canada by: Anam Elahi, Business and Research Analyst, and Nanami Akimoto, Strategy and Research Analyst, Invest in Canada
As the transition to digitization accelerates, the demand for fintech, e-commerce and technology has increased. In Canada, this is creating new opportunities for investment from global companies.
Many global companies are already recognizing Canada’s strengths as a cybersecurity hub, and a high number of deals and projects are flowing into the country from the US. Canada currently ranks 6th in the world for cybersecurity venture capital deals and is the 6th most secure nation in terms of cybersecurity protection.
Canada’s advantage for AI: An ecosystem fuelled by talent and innovation by: Karicia Quiroz, Research Manager & Anam Elahi, Business Analyst, Invest in Canada
Canada is a leader in the global AI landscape, recognized internationally for the quality of its research, skilled talent pool, and its contributions to AI innovation. Learn more about what makes Canada a global leader in AI.
Collision from Home: Reflections from across Canada by: Rebecca McDonell, Advisor, Partnerships and Strategy, Invest in Canada
Canada experienced ten years of unprecedented growth in its technology ecosystem with $6.2 billion invested in 2019. Learn more about Canada's tech industry.
With the Collision tech conference coming up in Toronto, Canada will be showcasing its thriving technology industry. Learn more about Canada's strengths in tech.
Find out how Canada is breaking new ground in life sciences, shifting gears in manufacturing and joining forces in tech during COVID-19 from coast to coast.
Find out why IBM and Microsoft have both crossed the border from the U.S. into Canada, joining 41,500 other tech companies in cities such as Toronto and Vancouver.
Canada: Where Tech and Creative Meet—and U.S. Digital and Interactive Media Companies Thrive by: Invest in Canada
Film and television have collided with the tech industry because of the way audiences around the world are now consuming content. Find out how companies thrive in Canada.
Tech Brain and Manufacturing Muscles Make Canada the Ideal Environment for Mobility Companies by: Invest in Canada
Ontario is one of the largest automotive manufacturing markets in North America and the best location for expansion in this increasingly tech-driven world. Find out why.