Bustling, vibrant, and cosmopolitan. Canada’s biggest city has the most diverse workforce in the world. Toronto has long been enticing people from far and wide and the city is proud to represent as many as 200 distinct ethnic origins and 180 languages among its residents. From the Waterfront to the Old Town to The Westside and beyond, the streets of Toronto are buzzing with world-class art and culture, great food, and numerous opportunities to grow your business.
Why Toronto is the Ideal Place for Your Small Business
It goes without saying that the financial and tech capital of Canada is a great place to be an entrepreneur. Whether you’re already established or just starting out, Toronto is the perfect place to scale your business. Entrepreneurship is highly valued here and there is a host of support available to help your startup or small business thrive. Toronto hubs support thousands of businesses in areas such as software development and the creative industries, alongside brand new industries like green construction and cleantech. There are over 100 accelerators and incubators in Toronto looking to get on board with the next big thing, and as many funding opportunities. Working out of Toronto means connecting to a growing network of business-minded professionals.
Toronto: City of the Future
Between 2013 and 2018, Toronto created more new jobs than Seattle, New York, and Boston put together and it shows no sign of slowing down. In 2019 Toronto’s tech sector received a staggering $3.1 billion in investment, reflecting the city’s status as a powerhouse for pioneering technology in areas such as health care and environmental protection. More and more companies are choosing to base themselves here, to the point that Toronto´s population is now the fastest-growing of any city in North America.
SaGE Virtual Office Spaces in Toronto, Ontario
A prestigious virtual office address is a key tool in building your business in Toronto. SaGE offers virtual office services at 4 prime city center locations. Each location provides essential virtual office services including professional mail handling for up to two recipients with same-day notification, recycling and shredding, and a discount on meeting rooms.
King Street is at the heart of the city center, the epicenter of Toronto’s business and entertainment offerings. Close to the iconic CN Tower, Rogers Center, and the Harbourfront, King Street is well known as a desirable, central location. What better place to represent your business?
A stone’s throw from both Microsoft’s Canadian HQ and the Scotiabank Arena, Yonge Street in Old Toronto is an address that will add nothing but prestige to your business cards.
Choose to have your virtual office on University Avenue and you can add the Bank of Canada Building to your contact details. This office is downtown, close to attractions such as Grange Park, Old City Hall, and Nathan Phillips Square.