Have you see Calgary Economic Development’s Live Tech. Love Life campaign?
The economic development agency launched a campaign to attract tech talent to the prairie city and its working.
To inspire tech professionals to consider Calgary as a place to do meaningful work and have an unmatched quality of life, the campaign draws a parallel between working in tech and Calgary’s lifestyle.
With more than 2,000 open tech jobs in Calgary, growing the tech community is a need that has been reinforced by local companies of all sizes – they require the right talent to grow their businesses.
Later this month Alberta will be well-represented at our Tech Talent Canada virtual job fair with more than 20 companies that call Calgary home participating.
Among the hiring companies at the event are a handful that have been making headlines for Canada’s Stampede city.
Helcim is on a mission to build “the world’s most loved payments company” and they’re well on their way there. The company is rapidly approaching 100 employees, a trajectory no doubt turbocharged by there use of the Alberta Jobs Now program.
Everyone’s favorite food delivery service SkipTheDishes will be online along with Harvest Builders, a prairie venture builder that was created by two of SKIP’s co-founders.
Harvest Builders’ first portfolio company Neo Financial has officially launched and will also be exhibiting in hopes of filling dozens of open roles in Calgary and Winnipeg across all aspects of its business.
The Tech Talent Canada virtual job fair is on November 24th – grab your ticket now to meet these companies and more from across Canada.