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Once a small engineering firm, Hatch is now a global tech and management behemoth
The backdrop for this year’s CEO Summit was a nail-biter, quite literally: As we convened hundreds of (very!) accomplished executives from this year’s Growth 2020 cohort, the world at large…
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Wes Hall, the executive chairman and founder of Kingsdale Advisors and the Black North Initiative leads an eyeopening keynote discussion on the Black experience in Canada and how that plays…
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In his spirited keynote, “How to Build a Rocket Ship,” Rajen Ruparell — CEO and founder Endy — explained exactly how one of Canada’s biggest names in bedding has moved…
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Tiffany Bova — Global Customer Growth and Innovation Evangelist — is something of a growth guru in her role at Salesforce, and she imparted some of her evolutionary wisdom to…
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First citing activist luminary Nelson Mandela, Dr. Brett Belchetz shared the exciting (and at times complicated) trajectory of Maple, the virtual platform revolutionizing the Canadian healthcare landscape. Despite its amazing…
Jason Maghanoy, the head of business development at St. Joseph Media, led a panel on the topic of implementing diversity and inclusion practices in business as part of the Growth…
Having cut her teeth as something of a crisis savant to John Tory and Kathleen Wynne, the noted Raptors fan and former Executive Director of Toronto tech hub OneEleven111 is…
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Staying afloat during COVID is undoubtedly priority one, but according to BDC executive advisor Clare Waters, there’s a wide berth for growth opportunities as well. From augmenting your mindset towards…
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By now, we’re all aware of the impact of the U.S. election on our nerves, but how will it affect your business? Maryscott Greenwood (Partner, Crestview Strategy), Christopher Sands (Director…
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On Day 2 of this year’s Growth CEO Summit, Doug Brownridge and Kelly McDougald from the Business Development Bank of Canada presented a session on leading in uncertain times and…
As part of this year’s Growth CEO Summit, Salesforce team members Laura Norman and Shanon Jhangiani presented a session on managing sales development and three new trends among emerging small…
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With undeniable management expertise and tech-industry savvy, Levvel helps businesses deftly navigate a changing world.
Bolstered by the success of the brand’s eco-friendly laundry strips, the Tru Earth Movement is sweeping the planet.
How Avana, a family-owned real estate enterprise, is leading with a purpose.
Led by the Citizen Care Pods Corp., a multi-disciplinary team—WZMH Architects, PCL Construction, Insight Enterprises, and Microsoft—collaborated to bring the project from concept to reality in less than a month
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Get to know this year’s cohort of entrepreneurial superstars
They represent the most promising enterprises the country has to offer. See the full ranking here.
Startup List 2020
Meet Canada’s Top New Growth Companies for 2020
The dynamos on our Startup List 2020 of Canada’s top new growth companies point the way to the future,…
Growth List 2020
These are the fastest-growing companies in Canada, measured by their revenue growth over the last five years
The winners of the 32nd annual Growth List ranking of…
There is more than one yellow brick road to profitability. Here are takeaways from four tenacious entrepreneurs.
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Calgary’s Steel River Group, 2020’s Startup List winner, puts Indigenous communities first, and profits second, in infrastructure projects. It’s revolutionary thinking.
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When the going gets tough, the tough entrepreneurs in the Startup List get creative
Businesses on the 2020 Growth and Startup Lists used creative solutions to brace for (and bounce back from) COVID-19’s ruthless impact
A crisis may be the best time to be a good Samaritan, but watch how you handle corporate virtue-signalling
Businesses that put a high value on diversity are seeing dividends. For the rest of you: it’s time to step up your pace.
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Once pooh-poohed by the tired old legal establishment, ‘futurpreneur’ Leena Yousefi founded her own way of doing things, creating an 'empathic, non-aggressive, all-inclusive environment' at YLaw
Talk about the right place at the right time: in the realm of online courses, Vancouver’s Thinkific shot to the head of the class, spurred on by the pandemic
The firm (No. 74 on the Growth 2020) helps customers guard the borders, protect the environment, enhance trade and save lives. No big deal.
Daisy Intelligence (No. 118 on Growth 2020) implements AI to help supermarkets select and price products for weekly promotions
The Montreal firm turned the ultimate test of survival—too much business, not enough staff—into a sterling revolution of company values
The winners of Growth List 2020 made spectacular growth by looking sideways in a city where everyone else is looking up, up, up
Here's how businesses on the 2020 Growth List survived when the economy became the disruptor
Offers transportation and project management services
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