• Ontario is a place where you will find a highly educated and talented workforce, lower labour costs, and a broad ecosystem for innovation and R&D. World leaders in big data and cloud computing, data centres, microelectronics, digital media, security encryption, mobile gaming, mobile payments, wireless, telecom and networks and seven of the 10 largest tech companies in the world conduct R&D in Ontario. If Ontario’s ICT sector were its own country, its economy would be bigger than roughly half of the countries around the globe. With over 23,000 firms, nearly 315,000 workers, $41B of Ontario’s GDP, and $7.4B in exports, Ontario is the place to be.

    GITEX is the 3rd largest technology event in the world, and the most important week in the annual tech calendar in the MENA region. In 2019, the event attracted over 4,500 exhibitors and 100,000 professionals from 140 countries. For 40 years, GITEX has been the world’s gateway to the innovation-driven markets of Middle East and North Africa. By connecting businesses to a comprehensive buyer market, GITEX has helped seed government transformations and the collaborations of tomorrow, for years to come.

    Ontario companies interested in finding new partners and clients in the UAE will be showcasing their innovations at the Ontario pavilion.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Eyad Qudsi.

  • Ontario is a place where you will find a highly educated and talented workforce, lower labour costs, and a broad ecosystem for innovation and R&D. World leaders in big data and cloud computing, data centres, microelectronics, digital media, security encryption, mobile gaming, mobile payments, wireless, telecom and networks and seven of the 10 largest tech companies in the world conduct R&D in Ontario. If Ontario’s ICT sector were its own country, its economy would be bigger than roughly half of the countries around the globe. With over 23,000 firms, nearly 315,000 workers, $41B of Ontario’s GDP, and $7.4B in exports, Ontario is the place to be.

    AfricaCom is the largest and most influential Africa-focused technology and ICT event in the world and serves as a meeting place for those driving Africa’s digital transformation. It is made up of 500 brands who showcase their solutions across 3 days and attracts 13,000 visitors, and 500 exhibitors from over 140 countries.

    Ontario companies interested in finding new partners and clients in South Africa will be showcasing their innovations at the Ontario pavilion.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Eyad Qudsi.

  • Ontario has the second largest ICT market in North America. Our companies are world-leaders in fintech and offer cutting-edge capabilities and technology to help any business big or small.

    Stop by the Ontario pavilion at the Singapore Fintech Festival and see what we can offer!

  • In light of current events, please contact the trade consultant for the most up-to-date information about this mission. 

    To showcase Ontario's cutting-edge capabilities in wireless and mobile sectors, the Ontario government will lead an export business mission of Ontario tech companies to participate in Mobile World Congress Americas (MWCA) 2020. MWCA attracts over 22,000 attendees, more than 1,000 exhibiting companies, and over 220 media and industry analysts from 110 countries, plus at least 10 country pavilions.

    With over 20,000 firms, the Ontario ICT sector contributes approximately 272,000 jobs, $26.7 billion in GDP – 65% of Canada’s total private sector ICT R&D spend – and $14.1 billion in exports to the provincial economy.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact:

  • In light of current events, please contact the trade consultant for the most up-to-date information about this mission. 

    To showcase Ontario's cutting-edge capabilities in the fintech sector, the Ontario government will lead an export business mission of Ontario tech companies to participate in Money2020. Money2020 in the world's largest event dedicated to the fintech sector.  Money20/20 attracts over 12,000 attendees with 2,300+ at the C level, more than 500 exhibiting companies, and over 500 renowned speakers and disruptors from 88 countries.

    With over 20,000 firms, the Ontario ICT sector contributes approximately 272,000 jobs, $26.7 billion in GDP – 65% of Canada’s total private sector ICT R&D spend – and $14.1 billion in exports to the provincial economy.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Mauricio.

  • Ontario is a place where you will find a highly educated and talented workforce, lower labour costs, and a broad ecosystem for innovation and R&D. World leaders in big data and cloud computing, data centres, microelectronics, digital media, security encryption, mobile gaming, mobile payments, wireless, telecom and networks and seven of the 10 largest tech companies in the world conduct R&D in Ontario. If Ontario’s ICT sector were its own country, its economy would be bigger than roughly half of the countries around the globe. With over 23,000 firms, nearly 315,000 workers, $41B of Ontario’s GDP, and $7.4B in exports, Ontario is the place to be. 

    The India Mobile Congress is the largest digital technologies forum in India and South Asia. The event is envisioned to be the leading platform for India’s start-up and technology ecosystem. Indian telecom companies and system integrators exploring new cutting-edge technologies, services and equipment are invited to visit the Ontario, Canada delegation exhibiting at India Mobile Congress.

    Ontario companies interested in finding new partners and clients in the Indian market will be showcasing their innovations at the Ontario pavilion.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Fawzia Sheikh.

  • In light of current events, please contact the trade consultant for the most up-to-date information about this mission. 

    To showcase Ontario’s capabilities in ICT, the Ontario government will lead an export business mission of Ontario ICT companies to participate in  ConnecTechAsia 2020.

    ConnecTechAsia is Asia’s largest and most established international ICT event in the region. It encompasses three unique collocated shows with each showcasing new innovation from various tech industries—ranging from broadcast to information and communications and other disruptive technologies. Target areas include telecommunications, wireless, 5G, SDNs,future networks and emerging technologies. More than 1,800 exhibitors and an estimated 40,000 attendees are expected at the three-day event in 2020.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact: 

  • Ontario is a place where you will find a highly educated and talented workforce, lower labour costs, and a broad ecosystem for innovation and R&D. World leaders in big data and cloud computing, data centres, microelectronics, digital media, security encryption, mobile gaming, mobile payments, wireless, telecom and networks and seven of the 10 largest tech companies in the world conduct R&D in Ontario. If Ontario’s ICT sector were its own country, its economy would be bigger than roughly half of the countries around the globe. With over 23,000 firms, nearly 315,000 workers, $41B of Ontario’s GDP, and $7.4B in exports, Ontario is the place to be. 

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Philipp Kornitzky.

  • Ontario is at the forefront of intelligent transportation. With the second largest IT cluster in North America, and an extensive history of automotive manufacturing, Ontario is poised to lead the autonomous car revolution. We have one of the richest concentrations of auto-related resources anywhere in the world with some of the lowest operational costs. Over 700 automotive parts manufacturers, 500+ tool, die and mould makers, and over 100,000 employees call Ontario home. 

    Everything you need you will find right here in Ontario: a high quality workforce, strategic access to the North American market, a dynamic environment for R&D and a culture of high-quality, award-winning manufacturing. These advantages are part of the reason we’ve been one of the leading subnational car producers in North America for the past decade. If you aren’t convinced already, Ontario has free trade agreements with over 40 countries representing 1.5 billion customers including the US, EU, Japan and South Korea and 85% of all Ontario-made parts are exported. 

    TU Automotive is the world's largest event dedicated to the connected car offering expert content and networking to 3,500+ attendees from across the auto tech ecosystem. The new digital platform provides a laser-focused resource for the leaders, innovators and stakeholders across the connected vehicle industry who are developing effective business strategies to give their companies a competitive edge.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Mauricio Ospina.

  • Collision 2020, originally set to be held in Toronto, Ontario, has now gone completely digital due to the disruption caused by COVID-19. Although virtual in nature, the 30,000 - person tech event will still be distinctly “Ontarian,” highlighting many of the province’s technology innovators. During these times, innovation is more critical than ever before. Ontario is proud to be leading the way, and our companies, municipalities and partners look forward to virtually meeting you.