The centre occupies the 6th floor of City Centre Building a conveniently-located corner complex in downtown London, Ontario. The landmark building, built in 1974, was recently completely revitalized inside and out, making this a premier core city centre address positioned to take advantage of the area's potential. London benefits from its location at the heart of Southwestern Ontario, midway between Toronto and Detroit, which gives it great accessibility to key North American markets.
Education, healthcare, life sciences and biotechnology research, professional services, information technology, advanced manufacturing and tourism are the most notable sectors of the local economy. Many cities, towns, counties, and rivers in this area of Southwestern Ontario take their names from their counterparts in England, and London is no exception. London features landmarks such as Piccadilly Street, the Covent Garden Market and the Thames.