Are You One of ‘Canada’s Most Remarkable Small Businesses?’

Canada is filled with talented people who are building amazing companies.

Our friends at The Globe and Mail are seeking feedback to highlight a number of companies — specifically the “most remarkable small and medium-sized businesses.”

The Globe noted that the qualifications to be deemed as one of “Canada’s Most Remarkable Companies” is flexible and it could be “a cool product or an extraordinary culture that sets the company apart.” The only request is that there are less than 500 employees and is open to any industry or sector.

The companies selected by the esteem judging panel at the Globe will be featured in the Report on Small Business website next month. Who comes to mind? Thalmic, BuildDirect, HootSuite, Push, or FreshBooks?

Also, the term remarkable is really expansive. Here’s the official definition:
re·mark·a·ble (r-märk-bl)
1. Worthy of notice.
2. Attracting notice as being unusual or extraordinary.

More here at the Globe.


Ian Hardy

Ian is publisher at MobileSyrup. He's been quietly creating and building things for years and is completely addicted to Tim Hortons.

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