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Work in Nova Scotia

Business Climate

Open for Business

With a strategic location, competitive cost base, and available and talented workforce, Nova Scotia has an ever-expanding variety of innovative companies doing business across the province and across the globe.

IBM

 Bedford

Information Technology

"We know what makes the difference here is we work together in a partnership. We work with government, we work with schools, and we work with NSBI. NSBI is focused on building partnerships and they are committed to working with industry and to make a difference for us. So that’s what allowed us to grow. That’s what will continue to allow us to grow and evolve, and really the key is partnerships."

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Ubisoft

Ubisoft

 Halifax

Digital and Interactive Media

"Nova Scotia Immigration has made it possible for us to bring in talent quickly and efficiently. That’s been a game-changer for us."

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Michelin

Michelin

 Bridgewater, Waterville, and Granton

Manufacturing

"We are into second- and even third-generation employees. They're even more loyal because of their parents', and in some cases grandparents', experience with the company. They are proud to work for this company. That's the foundation for our success here. Any company that's looking to expand in North America should seriously consider Nova Scotia."

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Web.com

Web.com

 New Glasgow

Services

"Web.com continues to have great results doing business in Nova Scotia. We have terrific people in Yarmouth and Halifax, their talent, work ethic and passion are hard to match. So for Web.com, expanding in Nova Scotia made perfect sense."

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Web.com

Web.com

 Yarmouth

Services

"Nova Scotia is forward-thinking, resilient and resourceful. You will always see us as a major participant in this community. Nova Scotia is the perfect location to serve a global marketplace."

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Benjamin Bridge

Benjamin Bridge

 Annapolis Valley

Winery

"The grape-growing and winemaking industry are driving renewed economic activity in rural Nova Scotia, and have attracted young Nova Scotians into agricultural production. Indirect effects include increased wine tourism in the province, with economic benefits to local communities."

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"Nova Scotia has a wealth of talent and expertise to offer the business community, and I believe our people can compete with the rest of the world."

John Munro
EY Canada IT Advisory Partner

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You'll be in Good Company!

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