It’s a great time to be looking for a new gig in Vancouver’s tech ecosystem and Tech Talent Canada is making it easier than ever with their upcoming virtual job fair.
Tech Talent Canada’s job fairs have been a huge success with 1,500+ educated, experienced, and diverse candidates at each of their events since they went virtual last fall.
Their event on September 15th will feature five tech companies (and more from across Canada) that have been in the news of late and are hiring aggressively in British Columbia.
APOLLO is redefining the distribution of insurance and now offers the largest selection of online insurance in Canada through thousands of digitally enhanced agents and embedded finance partnerships.
Their proprietary technology platform transacts insurance business in real time without human intervention. The well-funded fintech startup is on its way to becoming the “everything store” for small business and personal insurance.
A finalist for BC TECH’s 2021 Technology Impact Awards in the Anchor Company category, the Cymax Group of brands includes two retail websites, Cymax Business and Home Square, which sell furniture and decor; plus Freight Club and Channel Gate, which are e-commerce logistics and technology platforms.
The e-commerce company that has seen significant year-over-year growth in the first quarters of 2021, following a year of historical increases in sales and profit.
Delta Controls develops and manufactures automation solutions for buildings. The BC-based company leverages the Internet of Things to create automated systems for lighting, card access points, and more—while also supplying analytics for remote monitoring.
One of Delta’s newer and more popular products is the O3 Sensor Hub 2.0, which utilizes sensor fusion technology. The IoT solution integrates temperature, humidity, motion, sound, and light sensing in a single device.
Did you know that the electric vehicle automaker just celebrated the one-year anniversary of its software engineering office in Yaletown? Located in the old Mini dealership on Homer, Rivian has stealthily built up its workforce to 75 people and plans to double that number in Vancouver by the end of 2021.
The electric vehicle automaker is scheduled to start September deliveries of its long-anticipated R1T electric pickup truck and R1S SUV, so now is the time to climb on board.
No one should be surprised to hear that Vancouver’s Unbounce won BC Tech’s GameChanger – Diversity & Inclusion award last year. They acclaim followed Unbounce’s launch of Pay Up for Progress, a initiative aimed at urging business leaders to prioritize gender pay parity within their organizations.
Unbounce is the world’s leading landing page platform with a workplace of over 175 people who really, truly care about one another and 20 very good office dogs (watch the video).