The drastic and forced reduction of public debt towards the close of the 1990’s has bred strong and stable macroeconomic fundamentals in Canada. The Canadian government is highly committed to sound public finances and this is reflected in the country’s impressive recent financial record.
This and other financial factors combine to create a noticeably pro-business climate in Canada, one in which anything from a start-up to a multi-national has the potential for excellent growth. Banking institutions in Canada are exceptionally well-regulated and well-funded, to the point where Canadian banks were even left largely untouched by the recent financial crisis which wreaked havoc in neighbouring USA.
Some of our most popular areas in Canada include Calgary
, a largely industrial area with an excellent variety of flexible office spaces and well-established transport infrastructure. Calgary hosts numerous, high-density office buildings, ensuring that anything from small to large spaces are relatively easy to find.
, on the other hand, is the obvious choice for companies within, or related to, the financial sector. The city is Canada’s equivalent of New York and having a physical office presence within its borders speaks volumes about a business. While large, private executive suites are still the most popular office spaces in Toronto, co-working spaces have gained popularity of late.
When it comes to import / export businesses and natural resources, Vancouver
is the natural choice. This fast-moving and picturesque city’s lifeblood is its seaport, the positioning of which on the Pacific Rim is highly favourable. The city offers a huge variety of office spaces, ranging from small private spaces to very large corporate buildings.