At the TechCrunch Disrupt conference, workplace communication
announced the opening of their newest office in downtown Toronto.
The expansion will create an estimated 145 new jobs in tech,
support and operations.
Slack is one of the Bay Area's most notable tech companies,
valued at over $4 billion, with more than 2.7 million daily users.
It joins Amazon, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Square, Etsy,
SalesForce and Uber in the ranks of highly-touted American
technology companies which have recently moved into Toronto's
Notably, the City of Toronto pitched Slack on establishing their
new East Coast office in the city. The pitch video has been made
public: it stresses Toronto's diverse array of talent, tech
community, location, its food and culture, and the harmonized
political support that all three levels of government contribute to
the industry. Entertainingly, the video also riffs on the classic
startup pitch video format, as well as Slack's own
Toronto's value proposition for startups and growing
companies is certainly a compelling one, and StartupSource welcomes
Slack to Ontario's tech community. You can watch the pitch video here.
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