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In August 2015, Brose's London, Ontario facility marked 10 years in operation. There was a lot to celebrate.
When you sit down to watch your favourite TV show tonight, chances are that the signal beaming to your television is being routed through a satellite carrying parts made by COM DEV, right here in Ontario.
In a globally competitive, highly technical market, Abbott Point of Care realized it would take more than just an adequate facility to ensure long-term success.
With Automotive News recently reporting a 9% new-car sales increase in Europe for the month of July, Honda's timing to adjust its global production strategy for its popular CR-V compact SUV couldn't have been better.
Shocked and excited is how Unlimi-Tech Software CEO and co-founder Chris Bailey describes his reaction to the announcement last January that the small Ottawa-based company had won one of North America's most prestigious television awards.
Hiram Walker & Sons is the largest distillery in North America and one of the only "grain-to-glass" operations in Ontario. The company is a leader in innovation, providing R&D for its Canadian products and for The Absolut Company's liqueur brands (e.g., Kahlua, Malibu).
With favourable taxation rates, an educated workforce, an R&D-focused business climate, and easy access to important markets, aerospace thrives in Ontario, Canada. Find out more about this supportive environment, where industry and education are collaborating to ensure a bright future for the province's aerospace industry.
With operations throughout Europe, Asia and Africa, the Swedish electronics and software design firm Syntronic knew it needed to establish a North American presence. When it came time to create an R&D centre to serve customers throughout the Western Hemisphere, Syntronic found the right engineering talent and business climate in Ottawa, Ontario.
Today there is a convergence between automotive and IT technologies. Consumer driven demand for additional capabilities within the car has led to a shift in how the automotive sector approaches manufacturing.
Superstar chef Alvin Leung brings his culinary brilliance to Toronto, Ontario—a market teeming with sophisticated diners. With access to world-class products and expertly trained hospitality graduates, Toronto has the recipe for success that will have any restaurateur's mouth watering.
The growing cell therapy and point-of-care diagnostics industries are expected to generate annual global revenues of $10 billion and $27 billion, respectively, by 2021. Recognizing this, Fraunhofer knew the key to success was to develop strategic partnerships that would fuel growth rapidly.
Newgen Software, based in New Delhi, India, is a global provider of business process management (BPM), enterprise content management (ECM) and customer communication management (CCM) solutions. However, in order to strengthen its presence in North America, Newgen Software required a strategic location that would allow growth on a larger scale.
The Sudbury Basin in northern Ontario is well known for its nickel deposits and rich mining history. The economic and strategic importance of its platinum and palladium is just beginning to emerge.
Shinhan Bank is a leading South Korean financial institution with a global footprint and big plans to expand further. To establish itself in Canada, Shinhan Bank needed access to the right market, an education and skilled workforce, and proximity to a strong financial services sector. Ontario was the ideal choice.
For its first office outside Ireland, DNM Analytics targeted the growing North American market for business intelligence. The company planned for the long-term with a strategy to incrementally build a sustainable operation that could serve big-data customers in both Canada and the United States. When all the location data was analyzed, it added up to one clear choice: Ontario, Canada.
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All figures are in Canadian dollars unless otherwise noted. Information is accurate at the time of publication.