The Bay of Quinte region is quickly growing its tech sector cluster thanks to a developing support ecosystem and the attraction of the area from a lifestyle perspective. The region is home to multi-national firms, homegrown businesses and relocated entrepreneurs from larger centres
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From SAS, data centres and digital media the region is attracting a diverse cross section of the tech industry.
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If you can work from anywhere – why not here?
The Bay of Quinte is seeing growth of the work from home crowd who are working for the tech industry in some of Ontario’s larger urban centres but want to live in a region conducive to a better work-life balance.
Quinte Technology Association
Founded in 2018, The Quinte Technology Association (QTA) is a non-profit, member supported, no-fee association of individuals and companies in the tech sector in the greater Bay of Quinte region. The organization is industry-led and supported by the Quinte Economic Development Commission.
Loyalist College graduates 3,000 students per year and has programs in demand by local tech employers. Financial Technology, Animation and Game Development along with Mechatronics Systems Certification Micro-Credential programs are just some of the programs adding to the skilled workforce in the region.
A lot of our employees live locally, so it’s easier for us to find talent being located here. We’ve even recruited people from Toronto to come and live and work in Belleville, and that’s been good. People often don’t know there are so many job opportunities here, but once they know they’re happy to move here.Chad Guziewicz Tech Entrepreneur and founder of Tire Wizard, Rentify & Moveogo
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