Nov 26, 2020
Osler is proud to congratulate 11 of our clients for being ranked on Deloitte’s 2020 Technology Fast 50 list. The annual awards recognize and celebrate Canada’s fastest-growing technology companies, highlighting their commitment to innovation, leadership and rapid revenue growth over the past four years. Congratulations to our clients Applyboard, Moj.io, Avidbots, Sportlogiq, Borrowell, Fundthrough, Loopio, Tulip, #paid, Roadmunk and 7shifts for earning this recognition. Osler is also proud to congratulate client Canada Drives on being ranked in Deloitte’s Enterprise Fast 15 category, which recognizes the fastest-growing enterprise-level technology, media and telecommunications companies with revenue growth over the past four years. Osler is also pleased to congratulate five of our clients – Certn, Clearbanc, Dialogue, Drop and InputHealth - who each won the 2020 Companies-to-Watch award, which highlights Canadian technology companies with the potential to be future Technology Fast 50 candidates.
The high-profile Technology Fast 50 program was launched more than 20 years ago and celebrates the world-class achievements and tremendous evolution of the Canadian technology sector. This year’s winners were based across Canada from British Columbia, to Ontario, to Québec, to the Atlantic Region and the Prairie Region. In announcing the list on its website, Deloitte highlighted 2020 program winners as innovative and adaptable, commending each company in navigating the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The winners were honoured during a virtual celebration on November 24. View the full 2020 Technology Fast 50 [PDF] winners list.
Osler’s Emerging and High Growth Companies Group is composed of individuals who are passionate about entrepreneurship and fostering the growth of early and growth stage ventures. We have represented entrepreneurs and emerging and growth stage companies nationwide from a broad spectrum of knowledge-based industries, supporting them from incubation through their growth trajectory, as well as the venture capital funds, growth equity and private equity funds that finance them.