NOC launches into the “best kept secret in North America”

Do you know which country gave the world some of its best inventions – the light bulb; the zipper; insulin; the electric wheelchair; Java programming language; even Basketball and the Wonderbra just to name a few? Or which city now houses the “Godfather of Deep Learning", Geoffrey Hinton; and a company working on the Hyperloop, a revolutionary transport system that could save about 80% traveling time? Yes, Canada, and Toronto to be exact, that’s who!
 
And it is with much excitement that NOC is happy to announce our latest destination – Toronto, a city simmering with entrepreneurial talent, opportunity and a strong entrepreneurship foundation. It is no surprise that Google, Uber and Amazon have considered Toronto for their newest outposts and there are at least 4,000 tech start-ups just in the city working on ground-breaking innovations ready to launch into the world.
 
Now known as a global “Artificial Intelligence Powerhouse”, Toronto is also ranked one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, with half the population being foreign-born. In addition to making for a diverse and interesting population, it sets a good precedent for the birth of start-up businesses, as there has always been a strong correlation between immigrants with the sense of adventure to relocate and entrepreneurial activity.
 
NOC Toronto will be a year-long programme and starting the pioneer intake from July 2018.

Click here for detailed programme curriculum.

So what are you waiting for? Apply today! And if you need further proof, have a look at some of these articles:
 
https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2018/07/02/why-tech-workers-and-global-companies-are-choosing-canada/

https://torontolife.com/tech/the-incredible-unstoppable-rise-of-tech/

https://torontolife.com/tech/ai-superstars-google-facebook-apple-studied-guy/

https://www.adweek.com/digital/how-toronto-became-a-global-powerhouse-for-artificial-intelligence-for-startups-and-giants/
 

Who Just Beat the Bay Area in Tech Jobs? Toronto:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-07-24/toronto-beats-bay-area-in-new-tech-jobs-and-new-york-in-talent