Amazon (AMZN.Q) currently has about 1,000 employees in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Vancouver’s YDreams Global (YD.V) ends 2018 on high note, looks forward to more Virtual reality successes in 2019
Virtual reality is rolling its way into all aspects of society and a Vancouver tech company is on the forefront of that VR wave.
I’ve not written about any other non-client company as much as I’ve written about YDreams (YD.V). The formerly Brazilian-based immersive tech developer/seller has a long list of A-list clients (in South America), a thick catalogue of developed and ready to monetize tech, and a multi-player virtual reality arcade game system that is generating big money and interest in South America right now.
For all the talk we’ve engaged in regarding weed and blockchain and resources and biotech over the last few years, and all the money that’s been made on same, in the back reaches of the Equity.Guru megabrain there’s always been this nagging, mosquito-like buzz in the background regarding virtual reality/augmented reality/mixed reality (yes that’s a really long name – it’s the LGBTQ of tech types).