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Posted by JanWillem Gille |
October 04 2021
Cubigo opens Canadian headquarters in Toronto
The establishment of Cubigo’s headquarters in Canada and the decision to bring this expansion to the Toronto Region marks a significant milestone in the company’s growth. With the goal of strengthening business relationships and developing stronger support for the company’s current customer base, Cubigo’s Canadian presence provides the framework to respond to its customers’ needs quickly and efficiently.
Thus far, projects for this geographical region have been implemented remotely by over 50 specialists located in Belgium and the U.S. Entering this market is part of the company's international development strategy, which has already seen the successful launch of offices in the many other locations.
“Cubigo looks at aging as a global challenge and we have a lot of experience with foreign markets. In the last couple of years, we saw a significant growing interest in our integrated platform from the Canadian senior living market, leading to partnerships with Amica, Seasons, Baycrest, PointClickCare, and more. Although we have successfully implemented multiple projects remotely, having a local presence tightens cooperation with our partners and shows greater commitment to their needs,” says Geert Houben, Founder & CEO at Cubigo.
Throughout the process, Cubigo worked closely with Toronto Global, a team of experienced advisors who assist international businesses with their expansion into the Toronto Region. Toronto Global was introduced to Cubigo in November 2017, and, ever since, has been working with the company to help facilitate its Canadian expansion. We offered a wide range of services and provided connections to assist Cubigo in visa acquisition, incorporation, introductions to banking and accounting service providers, and securing office space in Toronto.
“We are lucky to have an incredibly rich, multicultural community in the Toronto Region, which draws in people and talent from all around the world,” said Stephen Lund, CEO of Toronto Global. “We recognize the importance of supporting our seniors, their communities and their families, especially through the hardships of the pandemic. I’m proud to welcome Cubigo to Canada and look forward to the valuable benefits they will bring to our rapidly growing region.”
In addition to serving existing customers, the company also plans to acquire new projects in North America and expand its area of operation by hiring more than ten people in sales, marketing, and customer success in the next twelve months.
Cubigo has a team of over 50 people who have been focusing on bringing innovation to the senior living industry since 2011. Cubigo employs only the best IT specialists with an innovative approach to creating IT solutions, constantly focusing on the real needs of the clients, who are the senior living communities. The company helps to supercharge teams and streamline communication with residents, prospects, and family members. More than 30 API integrations connect Cubigo to all main EMR/EHR, finance platforms, and other apps to create automated workflows and help teams to have more time for what matters most. Cubigo unifies data from many sources to create interactive, immersive dashboards and reports that provide actionable insights and drive business results.
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Director Investment Attraction, Western Europe
JanWillem works with companies in Western Europe interested in expanding their operations to the Toronto Region.
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