• Home to leading manufacturers like Ford, GM, Suncor, and Bombardier, Ontario has world-class facilities and the technical expertise to drive innovation forward. From building the next generation of industry 4.0 through technologies such as artificial intelligence, advanced robotics, and the internet of things, Ontario’s cutting-edge research and development takes forward-thinking to the next level. Whether it’s mitigating climate change through electric vehicles, rebuilding the aerospace industry in a post-pandemic economy, or creating sustainable packaging to reduce waste, Ontario has the technology and talent to address the needs of tomorrow, today.

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

  • 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.

  • Investors looking for a place with stable economic and political environments, and a strong innovative ecosystem to support their businesses should look to Ontario. Our highly educated, skilled, multilingual and multicultural financial services workforce is 365,000 people and accounts for nearly half of Canada’s financial services employment. Global financial leaders have recognized the competitive advantages they can gain by relocating or expanding their operations here including access to major cities in the United States. Ontario is home to Canada’s four largest banks, more than half of the world’s top 10 banks by market capitalization, has two of the top 20 global pensions, and so much more. Come to Ontario, a place with the creativity and energy to make your business prosper.

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

  • Ontario’s defence industry is comprised of companies across several sectors developing products and services for military and security customers, including: aerospace/space, naval, combat vehicles, munitions/weapons, soldier systems and C4ISR (Command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance). It is the largest in Canada with approximately $3.8B in sales with close to 60% from export sales and a GDP impact of $2.35B. 11 of the top 25 defence companies in the world have operations right here in Ontario.

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

  • Ontario is at the forefront of sustainable development. Cleantech companies are creating solutions that solve environmental challenges throughout the world. From mitigating the impacts of climate change through the protection of the world’s air, land and water, to the creation of smart grid solutions, Ontario’s highly innovative companies continue to develop proprietary technologies that will forever change our world.

    Ontario is proud to be bringing XX talented and innovative companies to Enlit Europe, each showcasing why Ontario is known as a powerhouse for cleantech growth. Learn more about our companies, listed below.

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

    With innovative technology at competitive prices, Ontario medical technology companies are meeting the needs of healthcare providers worldwide. To learn all about Ontario's expertise and experience, join us at MEDICA 2020. Ontario companies will be displaying a wide variety of innovative technologies at the Canada pavilion.

  • Home to North America’s second largest IT cluster, Ontario is where technology meets the muscle of the industrial economy. Ontario is an emerging leader in smart city development with expertise in the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, industrial automation and 5G technology. With urban populations around the globe projected to double by 2050, new connected technologies promise to make cities more sustainable, cleaner, safer and more vibrant. And those technologies are already being developed in Ontario.

    Ontario is proud to be bringing talented and innovative companies to Smart City Live, each showcasing why Ontario’s technological prowess is the one to beat. Learn more about our companies, listed below.

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  • Ontario is a place where global aerospace giants expand their operations and homegrown suppliers export the highest quality parts at competitive prices. Our manufacturers are an integral part of the global supply chain. From turboprop aircraft, business jets, and turbine engines to landing gear systems, avionics, space robotics and beyond, Made-In-Ontario innovations can be found on virtually every passenger aircraft in the world. Ontario is the second largest aerospace sector in Canada, generating over $6 billion in annual sales with exports of over 80%. 

    Due to the 2020 pandemic, Aviation Week Network is combining the two market MRO leading shows, MRO Europe and MRO Americas, as one virtual experience with MRO TransAtlantic, which will gather the global industry for high quality content, including webinars, tech talks, product demos and business to business matchmaking.

    Ontario companies interested in finding new partners and clients in the aerospace industry 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 Fabiola Sicard.

  • In our current digital landscape, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of cyber-attacks. As the home to world-renowned, innovative tech firms, Ontario’s cybersecurity ecosystem is ready to take these threats faced by businesses and governments, head on. From vulnerability management, penetration testing and critical infrastructure protection to emerging technology applications, like artificial intelligence and quantum computing, Ontario companies have the talent and technological prowess to keep your business safe.

    Featuring exclusive B2B matchmaking and networking opportunities, Ontario is proud to be bringing 9 talented and innovative companies to Infosecurity Europe. Infosecurity Europe presents a unique opportunity to discover the latest innovations shaking up the industry and to find new products and solutions to solve critical information security challenges affecting businesses.

  • Ontario is a place where global aerospace giants expand their operations and homegrown suppliers export the highest quality parts at competitive prices. Our manufacturers are an integral part of the global supply chain. From turboprop aircraft, business jets, and turbine engines to landing gear systems, avionics, space robotics and beyond, Made-In-Ontario innovations can be found on virtually every passenger aircraft in the world. Ontario is the second largest aerospace sector in Canada, generating over $6 billion in annual sales with exports of over 80%. Ontario is the second largest aerospace sector in Canada and its MRO activity accounts for approximately 25% of all MRO activity in Canada.

    To showcase Ontario’s MRO industry and get exposure to potential clients and buyers from Poland, the Ontario government will lead an export business mission of Ontario MRO companies to participate in the Virtual Ontario MRO Export Business Mission to Poland, October 14-16, 2020.

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