Ottawa Business Journal

The awards highlight the innovation, leadership and success of dozens of companies in Ottawa and recognize organizations that are driving economic and community growth. 
It is with pleasure that we announce the members of our editorial advisory board.
After leading their ventures to new heights despite the pandemic, the founders of some of Ottawa’s top companies took time out to kick back, relax and celebrate their accomplishments on Monday night.
This year marks the 25th edition of the awards, which have become widely recognized as the region’s most sought-after business accolade for people under the age of 40.  
“It doesn’t end tonight; it starts tonight,” OBJ publisher Michael Curran told recipients. "If you’re a recipient here tonight, this is a cohort you belong to.
The summer issue of our quarterly newsmagazine also features a special Defence and Security section and our quarterly HR Update where we talk about “leadership fatigue.”
This year marks the 25th edition of the awards, which have become widely recognized as the region’s most sought-after business accolade for people under the age of 40.  
OBJ and the Ottawa Board of Trade are on the hunt for outstanding employers who are creating engaging, challenging and safe work environments.
This year's top 10 recipients remind us of the other side of the pandemic story.
Later this week, we’ll be revealing OBJ’s top 10 fastest-growing companies for 2022. Learning about our top 10 is a bit like reading the story of the past two years.