Nordicity recognizes the seriousness of the worldwide Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic – and has taken steps to mitigate the potential risks to our colleagues and clients. For example, we are working with our clients to identify alternatives to face-to-face meetings, roundtables, and other forms of consultation. Nordicity will also comply with national and international travel directives.
Nordicity helps governments make better policy and deliver better services, companies grow and make smart investments, and all our clients make informed, evidence-based decisions. We give our clients the tools they need to adapt, evolve, and thrive in an ever-changing market.
Nordicity is a group of professionals with diverse backgrounds and deep knowledge in their respective fields. In addition to our core team, we draw on our extensive network of associates and partners who add local experience and subject matter expertise.
Nordicity operates all over the world from our offices in London (UK) and the Canadian cities of Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver, with clients in over 15 countries. We work seamlessly across time zones, creating a 20-hour working day.
Founded in 1979, Nordicity merged with PricewaterhouseCoopers in 1998, where the Nordicity team provided strategic leadership in the information, communications and entertainment/media practice. When PwC Consulting was sold to IBM in 2002, Nordicity was relaunched as an independent consulting firm.
Nordicity is a preferred supplier to the British Council, the Irish Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg), the Government of British Columbia, the UK Office of Communications (Ofcom), the Government of Ontario, Public Works and Government Services Canada, the Canadian Film Centre, and Groupe Media TFO.
Nordicity uses Voxco, a Canadian-based data collection instrument, to host its online data collection processes.
Nordicity is a leading international consulting firm providing private and public-sector clients with solutions for Economic Analysis, Strategy and Business, and Policy and Regulation across four priority sectors: arts, culture and heritage; digital and creative media; information and communication technologies (ICTs) and innovation; and, telecommunications and spectrum. With offices in Ottawa (HQ), Toronto, Vancouver and London, UK Nordicity is ideally placed to assist our clients to succeed in the rapidly evolving global markets.