Vancouver is well-known for its bustling industries in film and television, construction, and trade, but over the past few years, tech has become an increasingly important sector of the local economy. Vancouver plays host to a robust selection of well-known tech companies: Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Apple, Hootsuite, and Slack, just to name a few. And now, we can add Arcurve to the list.
With an office in Houston and an ever-expanding staff in Calgary, Arcurve is no stranger to growth—but why Vancouver? Jay Gohill, Arcurve President and Co-Founder, sees a lot of potential in the city. “We see a growing demand for technology services in Vancouver, which aligns with Arcurve’s ability to deliver high-quality work and will allow us to bring our unique culture to an exciting and vibrant community.”
The new Arcurve office is located at 555 Burrard Street—the same building as Sales Force and on the same block as Amazon.
Andrew Lester, Vancouver-based Client Principal for Arcurve, is enthusiastic about what the company has to offer the Vancouver tech market. "Vancouver is quickly becoming the technology hub of Western Canada and I'm excited to be able to bring and grow Arcurve within this market. Vancouver's technology market is growing faster than the universities are graduating, and than migration/immigration can keep up with—delivery talent is scarce. Arcurve's technical abilities, along with their refined delivery practices, will surely be in high demand within this market."
Office space secured. Staff hired. Watch out Vancouver, here we come.