Nov 13, 2023
As a firm that champions entrepreneurship and the development of early and growth stage companies in Canada, Osler is proud to share that 32 of our clients were listed in Deloitte’s 2023 Technology Fast 50, Clean Technology, Enterprise – Industry Leaders and Companies-to-watch rankings. This program recognizes the world-class achievement of Canadian technology companies focusing on their innovation, leadership and rapid revenue growth. To help support these incredible companies, Osler is a sponsor of the Fast 50 program.
Congratulations to our 18 clients who were listed in the Technology Fast 50 category: Ada, Aquanow, BioRender, Bluedot, Brim Financial, Certn, Coconut Software, Contact Monkey, Forma.ai, Greenspace Mental Health, Hivestack, Klue, Marble, Nesto, Plooto, Solink, Symend and VirgoCX.
Our clients ApplyBoard, Dialogue and Hopper were ranked as part of the Enterprise – Industry Leaders which recognizes the fastest-growing enterprise-level technology, media and telecommunications companies with revenue growth over the past four years.
In the Clean Technology category, Alert Labs, Flashfood and Vive Crop Protection were recognized in a list that includes some of Canada’s top clean innovators focused on reducing environmental impacts.
We are also pleased to highlight that eight of our clients were recognized as 2023 Companies-to-watch, which highlights Canadian technology companies with the potential to be future Technology Fast 50 candidates: Arteria AI, EAIGLE, Fable Tech, Fellow Insights, Ideon Technologies, Loop Energy, Neo Financial and PurposeMed.
Read the full list of 2023 Fast 50 winners.
Osler’s Emerging and High Growth Companies and Venture Fund Formation teams help clients recognize, develop and realize innovative venture capital opportunities. The firm acts for more than 1,500 early, growth and late-stage ventures and venture investors across Canada, the United States and around the world. Earlier this year, the firm released its second annual Deal Points Report: Venture Capital Financings, which includes data from more than 350 venture capital and growth equity preferred share financings completed by Osler from 2020 to 2022, representing more than US$6 billion in total transaction value.