In collaboration with its partners, Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance undertakes key industry sector research in profiling the GTA and in developing GTA-wide regional data. In addition, the GTMA provides investors with other relevant economic reports and studies.
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GTMA 2012 Annual Report
2012 was a great year for the Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance (GTMA) to-date in attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Discover how the GTMA is building on success and adding to the map with the release of the GTMA 2012 Annual Report!
GTMA 2011 Annual Report
2011 was the best and most prosperous year for the Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance (GTMA) to-date in attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Discover how the GTMA is building on success and adding to the map with the release of the GTMA 2011 Annual Report!
The Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance (GTMA) has a strong renewed mandate for attracting direct foreign investment to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Our partners and stakeholders understand and support the work we do.
Focused international marketing efforts attracted greater numbers of leads, prospects and investments in 2010. Our network of public and private sector partners grew significantly. The GTMA is now recognized as the one organization uniquely positioned to bring together all sectors in the GTA with a stake in direct foreign investment and enabling them to support each others’ efforts through a coordinated program.
The Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance (GTMA) continued to build its core strengths in 2009 despite global economic uncertainty. Our focused international marketing efforts attracted new leads, prospects and investments to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), and our network of public and private sector partners continues both to evolve and to grow. The solid groundwork laid in 2009 will pay significant dividends for our stakeholders as the world economy rebounds.
Competitive Alternatives is a biennial KPMG study that focuses on business locations in the NAFTA marketplace, as well as leading mature market countries in Europe and Asia Pacific. This study contains valuable information for any company considering international business location options.
Thank you to our partners and their continued support of the GTMA.
The GTMA 2014 Resource Guide lists all of GTMA's partners with a brief profile and contact information.
The Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance (GTMA) is a public-private partnership whose vision is to "be recognized as the primary marketing voice for attracting international investment and employment to the Greater Toronto Area" (GTA). While it has achieved some notable successes, there is an acknowledged need to revitalize and restructure the organization if it is to achieve its full potential.
A blue ribbon "Strategy Group" was assembled to provide input from the perspective of multiple stakeholder groups. PwC was engaged to work with the Strategy Group and GTMA staff to assess the current situation, identify the specific changes that are needed, and create a "roadmap to revitalization". We would like to acknowledge the valuable input and feedback received from the Strategy Group, GTMA staff and other stakeholders that were consulted throughout this process.
Emerging technologies, particularly in the field of information and communications, are considered to be key drivers of future economic growth and present opportunities for the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) to attract foreign direct investment (FDI). For the purposes of this study, a high level review of the performance of the Digital Games sector, currently considered a “hot sector” for FDI in the GTA, was undertaken.
Building Greater Toronto's Advantages for Foreign Direct Investment
The Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance (GTMA) in its first dozen years attracted 67 new international companies to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), resulting in a $300 million annual boost to the GTA’s economy, $5 million in additional property tax revenues, and 3,200 new jobs – so far.