Vancouver’s Klue is on a serious roll.
Thanks to revenue growth topping 2,400 percent over the past four years, the AI-powered competitive enablement platform was recently tagged in the Globe and Mail’s annual ranking of Top Growing Companies and just claimed a Deloitte Fast 50 Award as the 12th fastest growing tech firm in Canada.
Last week the startup-to-watch turned its competitive juices to its workplace with a Tech Culture of the Year Award win at BC Tech’s 2021 Technology Impact Awards and this morning they were named one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures for 2021.
The national awards, presented by Waterstone Human Capital Management, recognize corporate cultures that drive performance and provide a competitive advantage.
“It’s hard to put into words what an honour it is to be named one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures. Fostering an environment where a diverse and talented team can come to work every day, be themselves, and build something together has been a priority since day one for us,” says Kathy Enros, Klue’s Vice President of People.
“Being acknowledged by Waterstone today really shows that if you work hard at building an inclusive and high-achieving culture, good things will come.”
The culture awards couldn’t have come at a better time for Klue.
Klue’s workforce has more than doubled over the past 18 months, with plans for ambitious growth continuing into 2022 and beyond. Klue is currently targeting to double its workforce again by filling nearly 50 positions.
Despite this rapid-paced growth and a global pandemic upending traditional office life, Klue’s leadership team says that maintaining all the elements that make its corporate culture special continues to be top of mind.
“This award is a testament to the work that Kathy and her team have done to ensure everyone at Klue wants to show up to work every day — virtually or in-person — and bring their best. Thanks to her and all of our employees, Klue’s culture is attracting the kind of attention it deserves. It’s up to myself and the rest of the leadership team to continue setting the example, so that we can be one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures again in 2022,” says Klue CEO Jason Smith.
Klue is a competitive enablement platform for the modern enterprise. Using Klue, product marketers and enablement teams leverage curated intel from inside their company and across the web to create insights delivered in real-time to the field. Salespeople get access to relevant, digestible competitive insights inside the tools they use every day.