Ontario city ranks among top 10 emerging tech markets in North America

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Video link Headline link Advertisement Close X Tech Ontario city ranks among top 10 emerging tech markets in North America By Amy Simon Global News Posted August 8, 2023 3:13 pm View image in full screen The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report.Andrew Graham / Global News Leave a comment Share this item on Facebook Share this item via WhatsApp Share this item on Twitter Send this page to someone via email See more sharing options Share Share this item on Facebook facebook Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item via WhatsApp whatsapp Share this item on Flipboard flipboard Share this item on LinkedIn linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link Descrease article font size Increase article font size For the second year in a row, London, Ont., has been named one of the top 10 up-and-coming markets for tech talent in North America.
The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report, beating out Las Vegas, Winnipeg, and Buffalo, N.Y., among others.
The only other Canadian city that ranked higher than London was Halifax, N.S., in the fourth spot.The American-based commercial real estate services and investment firm reported that London saw a 79 per cent total tech growth across the city as well as a jump in total tech employment from 13,700 to 16,100 tech jobs in the last 12 months.London came in last year at number 10.With regard to the city’s recent ranking, TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario said that “London continues to demonstrate great strides in the tech and innovation ecosystem.” Story continues below advertisement “This includes ambitious and talented students graduating from Western University and Fanshawe College, alongside connected incubators, accelerators, an innovation hub, and economic development organizations.”In a statement, Christina Fox, chief executive officer at TechAlliance, shared her personal excitement about London climbing up the list.
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“To be recognized in the top 10 emerging North American tech markets is a distinct advantage that further accelerates innovation, our global competitiveness, and ability to retain and attract more talent to the city.”According to CBRE, emerging markets are based on “13 different measures of a region’s ability to attract and develop tech talent, including tech-job concentration, tech labor pool size, and real estate costs.” Trending Now Sandra Bullock’s partner Bryan Randall dies at 57 after private ALS battle Céline Dion’s sister shares heartbreaking update on singer’s health battle Carmi Levy, a local tech analyst for the region, expressed to Global News that he’s been “singing London tech market praises for years.”“The interesting thing about who we are as a tech sector is that we don’t tend to celebrate our successes as much as we should here in London,” he said.
“We have incredibly innovative companies that are doing some amazing things out on the open market … and now we have the report from CBRE, a monster company for the industry, and for them to validate this really is special.” Story continues below advertisement Referencing London’s major jump in local tech employment and tech growth as a whole in the city, Levi said “no other city in North America is on that level.”“In terms of funding, mentorship, advice, real estate, and other competitors who can share resources with you, all the ingredients are here,” he said.
“It’s like a giant pot of goodness and now it’s really time to turn on the heart and see what happens.“I think for Londoners, whether you’re interested in technology or not, we all deserve to celebrate.” London OntarioLdnontCBREtech talentlondon techtechallianceemergingScoring Tech Talent 2023tech market Journalistic standards Comment Report an error © 2023 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.
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Andrew Graham / Global News Leave a comment Share this item on Facebook Share this item via WhatsApp Share this item on Twitter Send this page to someone via email See more sharing options Share Share this item on Facebook facebook Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item via WhatsApp whatsapp Share this item on Flipboard flipboard Share this item on LinkedIn linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link Descrease article font size Increase article font size For the second year in a row, London, Ont., has been named one of the top 10 up-and-coming markets for tech talent in North America.
The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report, beating out Las Vegas, Winnipeg, and Buffalo, N.Y., among others.
The only other Canadian city that ranked higher than London was Halifax, N.S., in the fourth spot.The American-based commercial real estate services and investment firm reported that London saw a 79 per cent total tech growth across the city as well as a jump in total tech employment from 13,700 to 16,100 tech jobs in the last 12 months.London came in last year at number 10.
Story continues below advertisement With regard to the city’s recent ranking, TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario said that “London continues to demonstrate great strides in the tech and innovation ecosystem.”“This includes ambitious and talented students graduating from Western University and Fanshawe College, alongside connected incubators, accelerators, an innovation hub, and economic development organizations.”In a statement, Christina Fox, chief executive officer at TechAlliance, shared her personal excitement about London climbing up the list.“We see firsthand the sharp focus that London’s community of innovators, founders, industry leaders and tech talent bring to Canada’s innovation economy,” she wrote.
“To be recognized in the top 10 emerging North American tech markets is a distinct advantage that further accelerates innovation, our global competitiveness, and ability to retain and attract more talent to the city.”According to CBRE, emerging markets are based on “13 different measures of a region’s ability to attract and develop tech talent, including tech-job concentration, tech labor pool size, and real estate costs.” Trending Now Prince Harry, Meghan Markle purchase screen rights to Canadian author’s book An exodus from Canada’s priciest provinces is driving many to plant ‘New Roots’ Carmi Levy, a local tech analyst for the region, expressed to Global News that he’s been “singing London tech market praises for years.”“The interesting thing about who we are as a tech sector is that we don’t tend to celebrate our successes as much as we should here in London,” he said.
“We have incredibly innovative companies that are doing some amazing things out on the open market … and now we have the report from CBRE, a monster company for the industry, and for them to validate this really is special.” Story continues below advertisement Referencing London’s major jump in local tech employment and tech growth as a whole in the city, Levi said “no other city in North America is on that level.”“In terms of funding, mentorship, advice, real estate, and other competitors who can share resources with you, all the ingredients are here,” he said.
“It’s like a giant pot of goodness and now it’s really time to turn on the heart and see what happens.“I think for Londoners, whether you’re interested in technology or not, we all deserve to celebrate.” Journalistic standards Report an error Sponsored content Report an Error Tech Ontario city ranks among top 10 emerging tech markets in North America By Amy Simon Global News Posted View image in full screen The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report.
Andrew Graham / Global News Leave a comment Share this item on Facebook Share this item via WhatsApp Share this item on Twitter Send this page to someone via email See more sharing options Share Share this item on Facebook facebook Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item via WhatsApp whatsapp Share this item on Flipboard flipboard Share this item on LinkedIn linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link Descrease article font size Increase article font size For the second year in a row, London, Ont., has been named one of the top 10 up-and-coming markets for tech talent in North America.
The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report, beating out Las Vegas, Winnipeg, and Buffalo, N.Y., among others.
The only other Canadian city that ranked higher than London was Halifax, N.S., in the fourth spot.The American-based commercial real estate services and investment firm reported that London saw a 79 per cent total tech growth across the city as well as a jump in total tech employment from 13,700 to 16,100 tech jobs in the last 12 months.London came in last year at number 10.
Story continues below advertisement With regard to the city’s recent ranking, TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario said that “London continues to demonstrate great strides in the tech and innovation ecosystem.”“This includes ambitious and talented students graduating from Western University and Fanshawe College, alongside connected incubators, accelerators, an innovation hub, and economic development organizations.”In a statement, Christina Fox, chief executive officer at TechAlliance, shared her personal excitement about London climbing up the list.“We see firsthand the sharp focus that London’s community of innovators, founders, industry leaders and tech talent bring to Canada’s innovation economy,” she wrote.
“To be recognized in the top 10 emerging North American tech markets is a distinct advantage that further accelerates innovation, our global competitiveness, and ability to retain and attract more talent to the city.”According to CBRE, emerging markets are based on “13 different measures of a region’s ability to attract and develop tech talent, including tech-job concentration, tech labor pool size, and real estate costs.” Trending Now Sandra Bullock’s partner Bryan Randall dies at 57 after private ALS battle An exodus from Canada’s priciest provinces is driving many to plant ‘New Roots’ Carmi Levy, a local tech analyst for the region, expressed to Global News that he’s been “singing London tech market praises for years.”“The interesting thing about who we are as a tech sector is that we don’t tend to celebrate our successes as much as we should here in London,” he said.
“We have incredibly innovative companies that are doing some amazing things out on the open market … and now we have the report from CBRE, a monster company for the industry, and for them to validate this really is special.” Story continues below advertisement Referencing London’s major jump in local tech employment and tech growth as a whole in the city, Levi said “no other city in North America is on that level.”“In terms of funding, mentorship, advice, real estate, and other competitors who can share resources with you, all the ingredients are here,” he said.
“It’s like a giant pot of goodness and now it’s really time to turn on the heart and see what happens.“I think for Londoners, whether you’re interested in technology or not, we all deserve to celebrate.” Journalistic standards Report an error Sponsored content Report an Error Tech Ontario city ranks among top 10 emerging tech markets in North America By Amy Simon Global News Posted View image in full screen The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report.
Andrew Graham / Global News Leave a comment Share this item on Facebook Share this item via WhatsApp Share this item on Twitter Send this page to someone via email See more sharing options Share Share this item on Facebook facebook Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item via WhatsApp whatsapp Share this item on Flipboard flipboard Share this item on LinkedIn linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link Descrease article font size Increase article font size For the second year in a row, London, Ont., has been named one of the top 10 up-and-coming markets for tech talent in North America.
The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report, beating out Las Vegas, Winnipeg, and Buffalo, N.Y., among others.
The only other Canadian city that ranked higher than London was Halifax, N.S., in the fourth spot.The American-based commercial real estate services and investment firm reported that London saw a 79 per cent total tech growth across the city as well as a jump in total tech employment from 13,700 to 16,100 tech jobs in the last 12 months.London came in last year at number 10.
Story continues below advertisement With regard to the city’s recent ranking, TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario said that “London continues to demonstrate great strides in the tech and innovation ecosystem.”“This includes ambitious and talented students graduating from Western University and Fanshawe College, alongside connected incubators, accelerators, an innovation hub, and economic development organizations.”In a statement, Christina Fox, chief executive officer at TechAlliance, shared her personal excitement about London climbing up the list.“We see firsthand the sharp focus that London’s community of innovators, founders, industry leaders and tech talent bring to Canada’s innovation economy,” she wrote.
“To be recognized in the top 10 emerging North American tech markets is a distinct advantage that further accelerates innovation, our global competitiveness, and ability to retain and attract more talent to the city.”According to CBRE, emerging markets are based on “13 different measures of a region’s ability to attract and develop tech talent, including tech-job concentration, tech labor pool size, and real estate costs.” Trending Now Sandra Bullock’s partner Bryan Randall dies at 57 after private ALS battle Prince Harry, Meghan Markle purchase screen rights to Canadian author’s book Carmi Levy, a local tech analyst for the region, expressed to Global News that he’s been “singing London tech market praises for years.”“The interesting thing about who we are as a tech sector is that we don’t tend to celebrate our successes as much as we should here in London,” he said.
“We have incredibly innovative companies that are doing some amazing things out on the open market … and now we have the report from CBRE, a monster company for the industry, and for them to validate this really is special.” Story continues below advertisement Referencing London’s major jump in local tech employment and tech growth as a whole in the city, Levi said “no other city in North America is on that level.”“In terms of funding, mentorship, advice, real estate, and other competitors who can share resources with you, all the ingredients are here,” he said.
“It’s like a giant pot of goodness and now it’s really time to turn on the heart and see what happens.“I think for Londoners, whether you’re interested in technology or not, we all deserve to celebrate.” Journalistic standards Report an error Sponsored content Report an Error Tech Ontario city ranks among top 10 emerging tech markets in North America By Amy Simon Global News Posted View image in full screen The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report.
Andrew Graham / Global News Leave a comment Share this item on Facebook Share this item via WhatsApp Share this item on Twitter Send this page to someone via email See more sharing options Share Share this item on Facebook facebook Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item via WhatsApp whatsapp Share this item on Flipboard flipboard Share this item on LinkedIn linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link Descrease article font size Increase article font size For the second year in a row, London, Ont., has been named one of the top 10 up-and-coming markets for tech talent in North America.
The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report, beating out Las Vegas, Winnipeg, and Buffalo, N.Y., among others.
The only other Canadian city that ranked higher than London was Halifax, N.S., in the fourth spot.The American-based commercial real estate services and investment firm reported that London saw a 79 per cent total tech growth across the city as well as a jump in total tech employment from 13,700 to 16,100 tech jobs in the last 12 months.London came in last year at number 10.
Story continues below advertisement With regard to the city’s recent ranking, TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario said that “London continues to demonstrate great strides in the tech and innovation ecosystem.”“This includes ambitious and talented students graduating from Western University and Fanshawe College, alongside connected incubators, accelerators, an innovation hub, and economic development organizations.”In a statement, Christina Fox, chief executive officer at TechAlliance, shared her personal excitement about London climbing up the list.“We see firsthand the sharp focus that London’s community of innovators, founders, industry leaders and tech talent bring to Canada’s innovation economy,” she wrote.
“To be recognized in the top 10 emerging North American tech markets is a distinct advantage that further accelerates innovation, our global competitiveness, and ability to retain and attract more talent to the city.”According to CBRE, emerging markets are based on “13 different measures of a region’s ability to attract and develop tech talent, including tech-job concentration, tech labor pool size, and real estate costs.” Trending Now Elon Musk may need surgery — and it could delay his fight with Zuckerberg Taylor Swift’s Canadian ticket sale is almost here.
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Carmi Levy, a local tech analyst for the region, expressed to Global News that he’s been “singing London tech market praises for years.”“The interesting thing about who we are as a tech sector is that we don’t tend to celebrate our successes as much as we should here in London,” he said.
“We have incredibly innovative companies that are doing some amazing things out on the open market … and now we have the report from CBRE, a monster company for the industry, and for them to validate this really is special.” Story continues below advertisement Referencing London’s major jump in local tech employment and tech growth as a whole in the city, Levi said “no other city in North America is on that level.”“In terms of funding, mentorship, advice, real estate, and other competitors who can share resources with you, all the ingredients are here,” he said.
“It’s like a giant pot of goodness and now it’s really time to turn on the heart and see what happens.“I think for Londoners, whether you’re interested in technology or not, we all deserve to celebrate.” Journalistic standards Report an error Sponsored content Report an Error Tech Ontario city ranks among top 10 emerging tech markets in North America By Amy Simon Global News Posted View image in full screen The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report.
Andrew Graham / Global News Leave a comment Share this item on Facebook Share this item via WhatsApp Share this item on Twitter Send this page to someone via email See more sharing options Share Share this item on Facebook facebook Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item via WhatsApp whatsapp Share this item on Flipboard flipboard Share this item on LinkedIn linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link Descrease article font size Increase article font size For the second year in a row, London, Ont., has been named one of the top 10 up-and-coming markets for tech talent in North America.
The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report, beating out Las Vegas, Winnipeg, and Buffalo, N.Y., among others.
The only other Canadian city that ranked higher than London was Halifax, N.S., in the fourth spot.The American-based commercial real estate services and investment firm reported that London saw a 79 per cent total tech growth across the city as well as a jump in total tech employment from 13,700 to 16,100 tech jobs in the last 12 months.London came in last year at number 10.
Story continues below advertisement With regard to the city’s recent ranking, TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario said that “London continues to demonstrate great strides in the tech and innovation ecosystem.”“This includes ambitious and talented students graduating from Western University and Fanshawe College, alongside connected incubators, accelerators, an innovation hub, and economic development organizations.”In a statement, Christina Fox, chief executive officer at TechAlliance, shared her personal excitement about London climbing up the list.“We see firsthand the sharp focus that London’s community of innovators, founders, industry leaders and tech talent bring to Canada’s innovation economy,” she wrote.
“To be recognized in the top 10 emerging North American tech markets is a distinct advantage that further accelerates innovation, our global competitiveness, and ability to retain and attract more talent to the city.”According to CBRE, emerging markets are based on “13 different measures of a region’s ability to attract and develop tech talent, including tech-job concentration, tech labor pool size, and real estate costs.” Trending Now Céline Dion’s sister shares heartbreaking update on singer’s health battle Prince Harry, Meghan Markle purchase screen rights to Canadian author’s book Carmi Levy, a local tech analyst for the region, expressed to Global News that he’s been “singing London tech market praises for years.”“The interesting thing about who we are as a tech sector is that we don’t tend to celebrate our successes as much as we should here in London,” he said.
“We have incredibly innovative companies that are doing some amazing things out on the open market … and now we have the report from CBRE, a monster company for the industry, and for them to validate this really is special.” Story continues below advertisement Referencing London’s major jump in local tech employment and tech growth as a whole in the city, Levi said “no other city in North America is on that level.”“In terms of funding, mentorship, advice, real estate, and other competitors who can share resources with you, all the ingredients are here,” he said.
“It’s like a giant pot of goodness and now it’s really time to turn on the heart and see what happens.“I think for Londoners, whether you’re interested in technology or not, we all deserve to celebrate.” Journalistic standards Report an error Sponsored content Report an Error Tech Ontario city ranks among top 10 emerging tech markets in North America By Amy Simon Global News Posted View image in full screen The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report.
Andrew Graham / Global News Leave a comment Share this item on Facebook Share this item via WhatsApp Share this item on Twitter Send this page to someone via email See more sharing options Share Share this item on Facebook facebook Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item via WhatsApp whatsapp Share this item on Flipboard flipboard Share this item on LinkedIn linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link Descrease article font size Increase article font size For the second year in a row, London, Ont., has been named one of the top 10 up-and-coming markets for tech talent in North America.
The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report, beating out Las Vegas, Winnipeg, and Buffalo, N.Y., among others.
The only other Canadian city that ranked higher than London was Halifax, N.S., in the fourth spot.The American-based commercial real estate services and investment firm reported that London saw a 79 per cent total tech growth across the city as well as a jump in total tech employment from 13,700 to 16,100 tech jobs in the last 12 months.London came in last year at number 10.
Story continues below advertisement With regard to the city’s recent ranking, TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario said that “London continues to demonstrate great strides in the tech and innovation ecosystem.”“This includes ambitious and talented students graduating from Western University and Fanshawe College, alongside connected incubators, accelerators, an innovation hub, and economic development organizations.”In a statement, Christina Fox, chief executive officer at TechAlliance, shared her personal excitement about London climbing up the list.“We see firsthand the sharp focus that London’s community of innovators, founders, industry leaders and tech talent bring to Canada’s innovation economy,” she wrote.
“To be recognized in the top 10 emerging North American tech markets is a distinct advantage that further accelerates innovation, our global competitiveness, and ability to retain and attract more talent to the city.”According to CBRE, emerging markets are based on “13 different measures of a region’s ability to attract and develop tech talent, including tech-job concentration, tech labor pool size, and real estate costs.” Trending Now An exodus from Canada’s priciest provinces is driving many to plant ‘New Roots’ Prince Harry, Meghan Markle purchase screen rights to Canadian author’s book Carmi Levy, a local tech analyst for the region, expressed to Global News that he’s been “singing London tech market praises for years.”“The interesting thing about who we are as a tech sector is that we don’t tend to celebrate our successes as much as we should here in London,” he said.
“We have incredibly innovative companies that are doing some amazing things out on the open market … and now we have the report from CBRE, a monster company for the industry, and for them to validate this really is special.” Story continues below advertisement Referencing London’s major jump in local tech employment and tech growth as a whole in the city, Levi said “no other city in North America is on that level.”“In terms of funding, mentorship, advice, real estate, and other competitors who can share resources with you, all the ingredients are here,” he said.
“It’s like a giant pot of goodness and now it’s really time to turn on the heart and see what happens.“I think for Londoners, whether you’re interested in technology or not, we all deserve to celebrate.” Journalistic standards Report an error Sponsored content Report an Error Tech Ontario city ranks among top 10 emerging tech markets in North America By Amy Simon Global News Posted View image in full screen The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report.
Andrew Graham / Global News Leave a comment Share this item on Facebook Share this item via WhatsApp Share this item on Twitter Send this page to someone via email See more sharing options Share Share this item on Facebook facebook Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item via WhatsApp whatsapp Share this item on Flipboard flipboard Share this item on LinkedIn linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link Descrease article font size Increase article font size For the second year in a row, London, Ont., has been named one of the top 10 up-and-coming markets for tech talent in North America.
The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report, beating out Las Vegas, Winnipeg, and Buffalo, N.Y., among others.
The only other Canadian city that ranked higher than London was Halifax, N.S., in the fourth spot.The American-based commercial real estate services and investment firm reported that London saw a 79 per cent total tech growth across the city as well as a jump in total tech employment from 13,700 to 16,100 tech jobs in the last 12 months.London came in last year at number 10.
Story continues below advertisement With regard to the city’s recent ranking, TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario said that “London continues to demonstrate great strides in the tech and innovation ecosystem.”“This includes ambitious and talented students graduating from Western University and Fanshawe College, alongside connected incubators, accelerators, an innovation hub, and economic development organizations.”In a statement, Christina Fox, chief executive officer at TechAlliance, shared her personal excitement about London climbing up the list.“We see firsthand the sharp focus that London’s community of innovators, founders, industry leaders and tech talent bring to Canada’s innovation economy,” she wrote.
“To be recognized in the top 10 emerging North American tech markets is a distinct advantage that further accelerates innovation, our global competitiveness, and ability to retain and attract more talent to the city.”According to CBRE, emerging markets are based on “13 different measures of a region’s ability to attract and develop tech talent, including tech-job concentration, tech labor pool size, and real estate costs.” Trending Now Prince Harry, Meghan Markle purchase screen rights to Canadian author’s book Taylor Swift’s Canadian ticket sale is almost here.
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Carmi Levy, a local tech analyst for the region, expressed to Global News that he’s been “singing London tech market praises for years.”“The interesting thing about who we are as a tech sector is that we don’t tend to celebrate our successes as much as we should here in London,” he said.
“We have incredibly innovative companies that are doing some amazing things out on the open market … and now we have the report from CBRE, a monster company for the industry, and for them to validate this really is special.” Story continues below advertisement Referencing London’s major jump in local tech employment and tech growth as a whole in the city, Levi said “no other city in North America is on that level.”“In terms of funding, mentorship, advice, real estate, and other competitors who can share resources with you, all the ingredients are here,” he said.
“It’s like a giant pot of goodness and now it’s really time to turn on the heart and see what happens.“I think for Londoners, whether you’re interested in technology or not, we all deserve to celebrate.” Journalistic standards Report an error Sponsored content Report an Error Tech Ontario city ranks among top 10 emerging tech markets in North America By Amy Simon Global News Posted View image in full screen The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report.
Andrew Graham / Global News Leave a comment Share this item on Facebook Share this item via WhatsApp Share this item on Twitter Send this page to someone via email See more sharing options Share Share this item on Facebook facebook Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item via WhatsApp whatsapp Share this item on Flipboard flipboard Share this item on LinkedIn linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link Descrease article font size Increase article font size For the second year in a row, London, Ont., has been named one of the top 10 up-and-coming markets for tech talent in North America.
The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report, beating out Las Vegas, Winnipeg, and Buffalo, N.Y., among others.
The only other Canadian city that ranked higher than London was Halifax, N.S., in the fourth spot.The American-based commercial real estate services and investment firm reported that London saw a 79 per cent total tech growth across the city as well as a jump in total tech employment from 13,700 to 16,100 tech jobs in the last 12 months.London came in last year at number 10.
Story continues below advertisement With regard to the city’s recent ranking, TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario said that “London continues to demonstrate great strides in the tech and innovation ecosystem.”“This includes ambitious and talented students graduating from Western University and Fanshawe College, alongside connected incubators, accelerators, an innovation hub, and economic development organizations.”In a statement, Christina Fox, chief executive officer at TechAlliance, shared her personal excitement about London climbing up the list.“We see firsthand the sharp focus that London’s community of innovators, founders, industry leaders and tech talent bring to Canada’s innovation economy,” she wrote.
“To be recognized in the top 10 emerging North American tech markets is a distinct advantage that further accelerates innovation, our global competitiveness, and ability to retain and attract more talent to the city.”According to CBRE, emerging markets are based on “13 different measures of a region’s ability to attract and develop tech talent, including tech-job concentration, tech labor pool size, and real estate costs.” Trending Now An exodus from Canada’s priciest provinces is driving many to plant ‘New Roots’ Prince Harry, Meghan Markle purchase screen rights to Canadian author’s book Carmi Levy, a local tech analyst for the region, expressed to Global News that he’s been “singing London tech market praises for years.”“The interesting thing about who we are as a tech sector is that we don’t tend to celebrate our successes as much as we should here in London,” he said.
“We have incredibly innovative companies that are doing some amazing things out on the open market … and now we have the report from CBRE, a monster company for the industry, and for them to validate this really is special.” Story continues below advertisement Referencing London’s major jump in local tech employment and tech growth as a whole in the city, Levi said “no other city in North America is on that level.”“In terms of funding, mentorship, advice, real estate, and other competitors who can share resources with you, all the ingredients are here,” he said.
“It’s like a giant pot of goodness and now it’s really time to turn on the heart and see what happens.“I think for Londoners, whether you’re interested in technology or not, we all deserve to celebrate.” Journalistic standards Report an error Sponsored content Report an Error Tech Ontario city ranks among top 10 emerging tech markets in North America By Amy Simon Global News Posted View image in full screen The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report.
Andrew Graham / Global News Leave a comment Share this item on Facebook Share this item via WhatsApp Share this item on Twitter Send this page to someone via email See more sharing options Share Share this item on Facebook facebook Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item via WhatsApp whatsapp Share this item on Flipboard flipboard Share this item on LinkedIn linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link Descrease article font size Increase article font size For the second year in a row, London, Ont., has been named one of the top 10 up-and-coming markets for tech talent in North America.
The Forest City ranked eighth among the top emerging tech markets, according to the CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent 2023 report, beating out Las Vegas, Winnipeg, and Buffalo, N.Y., among others.
The only other Canadian city that ranked higher than London was Halifax, N.S., in the fourth spot.The American-based commercial real estate services and investment firm reported that London saw a 79 per cent total tech growth across the city as well as a jump in total tech employment from 13,700 to 16,100 tech jobs in the last 12 months.London came in last year at number 10.
Story continues below advertisement With regard to the city’s recent ranking, TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario said that “London continues to demonstrate great strides in the tech and innovation ecosystem.”“This includes ambitious and talented students graduating from Western University and Fanshawe College, alongside connected incubators, accelerators, an innovation hub, and economic development organizations.”In a statement, Christina Fox, chief executive officer at TechAlliance, shared her personal excitement about London climbing up the list.“We see firsthand the sharp focus that London’s community of innovators, founders, industry leaders and tech talent bring to Canada’s innovation economy,” she wrote.
“To be recognized in the top 10 emerging North American tech markets is a distinct advantage that further accelerates innovation, our global competitiveness, and ability to retain and attract more talent to the city.”According to CBRE, emerging markets are based on “13 different measures of a region’s ability to attract and develop tech talent, including tech-job concentration, tech labor pool size, and real estate costs.” Trending Now Prince Harry, Meghan Markle purchase screen rights to Canadian author’s book Sandra Bullock’s partner Bryan Randall dies at 57 after private ALS battle Carmi Levy, a local tech analyst for the region, expressed to Global News that he’s been “singing London tech market praises for years.”“The interesting thing about who we are as a tech sector is that we don’t tend to celebrate our successes as much as we should here in London,” he said.
“We have incredibly innovative companies that are doing some amazing things out on the open market … and now we have the report from CBRE, a monster company for the industry, and for them to validate this really is special.” Story continues below advertisement Referencing London’s major jump in local tech employment and tech growth as a whole in the city, Levi said “no other city in North America is on that level.”“In terms of funding, mentorship, advice, real estate, and other competitors who can share resources with you, all the ingredients are here,” he said.
“It’s like a giant pot of goodness and now it’s really time to turn on the heart and see what happens.“I think for Londoners, whether you’re interested in technology or not, we all deserve to celebrate.” Journalistic standards Report an error Sponsored content Report an Error

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