Tomorrow, major players from Toronto’s information and communications technology industry will converge at Technicity, an all-day symposium that will celebrate achievements, develop growth strategies, and “stimulate shared visions for the future” as participants aim to “propel the Toronto region forward as a centre of global technology.”
“Toronto is Canada’s high-tech hub,” said Mayor Rob Ford. “We want to ensure that this rapidly expanding sector, which generates billions for the economy and employs over 160,000 people in Toronto, continues to be strong. Technicity draws these businesses together so that they can develop new partnerships and build common goals for their industry.”
Technicity’s keynote speakers include Mark Surman, Executive Director, Mozilla Foundation; Jim Milway, Executive Director, Martin Prosperity Institute; and Shane Schick, Editor-in-Chief, ITWorld Canada.
Online registration is closed if you forgot to buy a ticket, but on-site registration will be available. Just head to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (South Building).