Welcome to the Survey of Ontario's Interactive Digital Media Industry!
Interactive Ontario has once again engaged Nordicity to undertake a study of the Ontario's interactive digital media (IDM) industry. The results of the study will provide an update to
Measuring Success: The Impact of the Interactive Digital Media Sector in Ontario
, a similar study produced by Interactive Ontario and Nordicity based on 2015 data. Has the industry grown? What changes have taken place? You tell us.
About the Survey
Please take the time to complete the survey. It is easy to fill out and should take
less than 30 minutes
The survey is likely best done by person(s) in senior management most familiar with key financial, human resources and other strategic issues facing your company. In so doing, you will require access to project and financial information for the
last fiscal year
(years ending in 2017).
All of your responses to the survey will be kept strictly
. The information collected will be used in aggregate in order to improve programs and policies that serve the industry.
Only Nordicity will see individual company information. Neither t
he IO board, IO staff, nor the project's funders or sponsors will have access to any individual company results.
Your participation in this survey is of the utmost importance and is greatly appreciated. If you have any questions, please contact: Kristian Roberts, Nordicity,
About Interactive Ontario
Interactive Ontario is a not-for-profit industry trade association committed to the growth of the Ontario interactive digital media (IDM) industry.
Interactive Ontario fosters growth in the IDM industry in Ontario through government advocacy, events, trade missions, connections to business development opportunities and meaningful partnerships with complementary organizations. IO hosts over 30 events each year, providing knowledge sharing and networking in this quickly evolving industry.
IO represents approximately 330 IDM companies, with a diverse group of members ranging from SMEs (small & medium enterprises) to large international corporations. They produce innovative experiences in a variety of subsectors including video games, eLearning, multiplatform storytelling, mobile apps, augmented and virtual reality, web series and more.
About Our Partners
Measuring Success – 2018 Edition is made possible by the generous support of our partners: Ontario Creates (formerly the Ontario Media Development Corporation), Canada Media Fund, the Canadian Media Producers Association, Toronto Global, the City of Hamilton, the City of Toronto, Ubisoft, RBC, Welch LLP and Humber College. The research is commissioned by Interactive Ontario and is being carried out by Nordicity.