Deloitte Canada has announced this year’s winners of the Technology Fast 50, Companies-to-Watch, and Enterprise Fast 15 awards, recognizing the world-class achievements of the best in tech companies across Canada for the 23rd year.
2020 saw its own unique challenges that shaped today’s tech companies. The list unveiled today highlights those who have shown true resilience, commitment to innovation, leadership, and rapid revenue growth between 2016 and 2019.
This year’s average three-year growth of the Fast 50 winners is up at 2,144 per cent, compared to 1,689 per cent last year. The B.C. companies on the Technology Fast 50 list are:
- #7 – Mojio, Vancouver – 3612%
- #16 – Later, Vancouver – 1074%
- #24 – Jane.app, Vancouver – 733%
- #26 – Thinkific, Vancouver – 691%
- #28 – Freightera, Vancouver – 678%
- #40 – ImmunoPrecise Antibodies, Victoria – 476%
Two B.C.-based companies – Victoria’s Certn and Vancouver’s Owl – received a Companies-to-Watch award as part of this year’s program, a category that highlights emerging Canadian tech companies that exhibit strong growth and show potential to be a future candidate of the Technology Fast 50 ranking.
Additionally, three companies from B.C. – Vancouver’s Paladin Technologies and Canada Drives and Victoria’s SendtoNews – received an Enterprise Fast 15 award, a leadership category open to companies that recorded a minimum revenue of $10 million in 2016 and a minimum revenue of $25 million in 2019.
This year’s tally of eleven companies is down from last year when Deloitte included thirteen B.C. companies on their annual list.