1 Coworking Spaces in Niagara Falls

Spark Niagara in Niagara Falls

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About Niagara Falls

Linked to the United States by the Rainbow Bridge, Niagara Falls town is famous for its waterfalls that draw hordes of tourists annually. Perched on the Niagara River's western shore, the town overlooks the cascading Horseshoe Falls where you can take an elevator to a lower and much wetter viewing point behind the flowing falls. A stunning park clinging to the cliffs has a 520ft high tower with an observation deck, so that you can stand and gawk at the awesome sight of relentless noise. Niagara Falls is in Ontario with a population of about 88,071 people trotting around its streets littered with souvenir shops, high-rise hotels, casinos, museums and indoor water parks or being serious and getting busy in a coworking venue. The area has had some form of European settlement since the 17th century, but was originally home to 5 powerful First Nations; The Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and Seneca. Today it's the self-proclaimed "honeymoon capital of the world"; so expect to see plenty of canoodling couples.

Canada is being touted as the business world's best-kept secret especially in the fields of artificial intelligence, clean technology and health care. Today it's competing on a global stage and is a major destination for commercial investment. The government is empowering new companies by hosting technology industry events featuring some of the world's best innovators and attracting international talent to work on world-changing innovations. The number of skilled foreign workers is skyrocketing and many scaling firms are actively hiring from overseas.

Niagara Falls may not be a tech hub per se, but it does sit in the state that is seeing a "brain-gain" rather than a "brain-drain" with students and scientists arriving in record numbers. The public and commercial sectors are supporting entrepreneurial communities via connecting them with the best academic institutions and businesses.

Coworking venues are but one more space for the creatives to gather en masse in collaborative mode to get their stuff done with a grin on their faces.