Multi-faceted and dynamic, Vancouver’s Tech sector is rapidly evolving while drawing global attention, increased investment and top talent from around the world
Today, companies of all shapes and sizes — including some of the industry’s biggest players — are choosing Vancouver as the place to do technology business. In fact, Vancouver is now on the industry map such that Bloomberg Businessweek has called it “the new tech hub,” a place offering “world-class talent and few immigration headaches” as well as “great views in a convenient time zone.”
Tech Headlines From Vancouver
- 8 High-Growth Vancouver Tech Companies To Watch
- 6 San Francisco Headquartered Tech Companies Hiring in Vancouver
- Vancouver Named Top-Growth Tech City in North America
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Thinkific is the number one platform to create, market, and sell your own online courses or membership sites. Their mission is no less than to revolutionize the way people learn and earn online by giving them the tools they need to turn their expertise into a sustainable business that impacts both them and their audience.
Unbounce is a drag-and-drop builder that lets you create and publish your own landing pages, without needing a developer to code ‘em. It’s an easier and faster way to get more conversions from your traffic. As one of Canada’s fastest-growing tech companies, Unbounce has powered over half a billion conversions to date for our customers worldwide.
Klue is BC Tech’s Startup of the Year, one of BC’s Ready to Rocket emerging tech companies, a Deloitte Fast 50 Company to Watch, a Top 20 CIX Canadian Innovator, and the runner up in the Startup World Cup global championships held in San Francisco.
Techcouver is an online publication providing real-time reporting and analysis of emerging technology news in Vancouver and throughout British Columbia.