Nokia today announced the opening of a sustainable, modern office in downtown Toronto’s Harbourfront community.
The new office, as well as the recently announced R&D center in Ottawa, are part of Nokia’s ongoing efforts to expand its presence in Canada and support increased demand from Canadian customers and partners.
Today’s announcement highlights Nokia Canada’s commitment to its employees and to next-generation networking, as the company continues its positive employee growth strategy across the country.
Jeffrey Maddox, President of Nokia Canada, said: “We are excited to open our new office in downtown Toronto, the heart of Canada’s financial center. This vibrant workspace exemplifies the best in a hybrid workplace and was designed to encourage collaboration and inspire the next wave of innovation,” said Jeffrey Maddox, President of Nokia Canada.
“Our growing presence across Canada maps to the increased demand we are seeing from customers and partners and will enable us to deliver secure, high performing, and trusted critical networking solutions.”
As part of Nokia Canada’s flexible work model, many of the company’s Toronto-based employees have the option to work remote, hybrid, or be office-based.
Located at 100 Queens Quay East, the new office provides a modern, hybrid workplace where teams can come together and share ideas in person, while also taking advantage of collaboration technologies that enable virtual teams to work together seamlessly.
These employees have roles in software development, customer service, and sales, and help support Nokia’s expanding global customer base, as the company continues to roll out new product innovations. The team is focused on supporting growing demand for Nokia’s 5G, high speed broadband, mission-critical routing, optical, and private wireless solutions.
As part of Nokia Canada’s continued momentum, the company recently announced plans to build a world-leading, sustainable R&D hub in Ottawa that will that significantly expand Nokia Canada’s capacity in next-generation information and communications technology (ICT) and cyber security innovation.
The R&D hub is expected to add 340 new high-value jobs and help Nokia attract highly skilled, global talent to Canada’s tech ecosystem.