Mississauga declared No.1 mid-sized North American City of the future 2013/2014 by Foreign Direct Investment (fDi) Magazine, beating 79 other cities.
Mississauga also ranked, first in business friendliness, second for economic potential, fourth for foreign direct Investment strategy and fourth for infrastructure.
No reason, why so many new immigrants flock to Mississauga every year.
Here are some more reasons to live and invest in Mississauga:
Mississauga is home to Canada’s largest and most famous airport in the GTA – Pearson International Airport that also connects you to seven major highways.
Mississauga is Toronto’s closest suburb, a sought after destination of affluent immigrants from all over the world.
Mississauga offers job and business opportunities in several key sectors: Biomedical/ Pharmaceutical, FIRE, Consumer Products, Information Technology, Automotive, Aerospace, Finance & Telecommunication.
The city hosts one of Canada’s most prestigious higher learning institutions – The University of Toronto Mississauga. Sheridan College has also been established in the heart of Mississauga City Centre making the city a prime educational centre.
Over 55,000 businesses, 400,000+ employees, 1,300+ multinational firms and 61 of Fortune 500 Canadian head offices are in Mississauga.
Mississauga is the 3rd largest FIRE (Finance, Insurance, Real Estate) cluster in North America and amongst largest in the world.
Mississauga declared No.1 mid-sized American City of the future 2013/2014, by Foreign Direct Investment (fDi) Magazine, beating 79 other cities.
City of Mississauga has earned ‘AAA’ credit rating consistently since 2003 by Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services, based on the exceptional liquidity levels, debt-free position and bustling economy.
Mississauga has more than 480 parks and woodlands for you to discover. You can enjoy a variety of recreational activities in serene surroundings such as the Credit River. Trails allow activities for all age groups from walking, cycling, jogging, skating to cross country skiing during the winter months.
Mississauga is also one of the safest cities to live in Ontario with the lowest crime rates.