These companies achieved exponential growth, all while nurturing company culture, striving for sustainability, and overcoming supply chain bottlenecks.
This year's top 10 recipients remind us of the other side of the pandemic story.
What makes them the best places to work for doesn’t necessarily all come down to money, rather philosophies and practices that keep their workforces happy and engaged.
Recipients were ranked according to their performance in areas such as leadership and planning, corporate culture, job satisfaction, training and pay and benefits.
Business: Software company that helps retailers detect checkout errors Born: Montreal
Noibu’s revenues soared nearly 600 per cent in 2020 as retailers realized that even minutes of selling time lost to glitches in their online stores could translate into a massive missed opportunity.
Top-ranking firm recorded three-year revenue growth of 5,319%.
Ottawa software startup that posted nearly 600 per cent revenue growth in 2020 is projecting a similar surge in sales over the next 12 months.
Spencer MacPherson’s burgeoning digital photography business was gaining momentum by the month when the COVID-19 crisis suddenly stopped one of its key service lines in its tracks.
A crop of familiar faces from the University of Ottawa’s entrepreneurial ecosystem are returning to the local post-secondary institution to supe up their startups in an all-new 'garage'