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Waterloo EDC Blog

July Wrap-Up: Waterloo tops the charts

Posted by Waterloo EDC on August 4, 2020

There is a lot to be proud of in the month of July. Businesses are re-opening and reporting positive momentum. Local public health authorities have declared that the first wave of COVID-19 in Waterloo is over after just one case was reported in the last five days of the month.

This month saw Waterloo top the charts as North America's best “opportunity market,” local tech companies receiving...

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Topics: technology, manufacturing, talent, business, artificial intelligence, R&D

Five facts you’ll find in the Waterloo Economic Guide

Posted by Waterloo EDC on July 29, 2020

Waterloo has a lot going for it.

We’re home to Canada’s three fastest-growing tech companies. We have a deep and dynamic tech ecosystem and the largest robotics and automation cluster in Canada. We have a diverse economy that includes major Toyota, Google and Shopify operations, hundreds of tech startups and thousands of suppliers and manufacturers. We’re also world-renowned for our talent,...

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Topics: technology, manufacturing, talent, business, site selection

Heating is high-tech at Viessmann Canada

Posted by Waterloo EDC on July 15, 2020

Few manufacturing and assembly companies can say they have thrived for over four decades in one community while being part of a century-old global and family-owned business. Viessmann Canada has not only done that, it is now transitioning the company’s products into a whole new and exciting digital era.

The company’s most recent iteration involves an expansion of its research and development...

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Topics: technology, manufacturing, business

Five steps for moving your H-1B workforce to Canada

Posted by Waterloo EDC on July 7, 2020

The H-1B visa is in turmoil right now.

A cornerstone of the American tech industry, changes in government policy have hindered the H-1B visa program in recent years as rejections increased and the process became more expensive and less certain. The Trump Administration has now moved to suspend the entry of foreign nationals on H-1B visas – as well as H-2B, L and J visas – with potential plans...

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Topics: technology, manufacturing, business

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