Toronto, Ontario -September 25th, 2020- Nordicity is proud to have been named one of Canada’s Top 400 Growing Companies of The Year on the inaugural Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies. Canada’s Top Growing Companies ranks Canadian companies on three-year revenue growth. We earned this spot with a three-year growth of 72%.
“We are proud to be named to the inaugural list of Canada’s Top Growing Companies,” says Peter Lyman, Senior Partner and Founder of Nordicity. “We have had solid growth over the last few years from all four offices. It can be attributed to the strength of our outstanding team and the expansion of our business to new areas, particularly in view of digital disruption. It is incredible to see the ways Nordicity has changed without compromising our standards of excellence and trust.”
A leading international consulting firm and one of Canada’s leaders in economic and strategic analysis of the culture and creative sector, Nordicity has over three decades of experience in research, analysis, evaluation, and strategy throughout the sector. Nordicity has conducted economic impact analyses at the national, provincial/territorial, regional, municipal and organizational levels, as well as developed municipal plans, digital strategies and strategic plans, feasibility studies, program evaluations, industry profiles and sector strategic studies for a variety of clients in the cultural and creative industries across Canada and internationally.
Launched in 2019, the Canada’s Top Growing Companies ranking program aims to celebrate entrepreneurial achievement in Canada by identifying and amplifying the success of growth-minded, independent businesses in Canada. Companies had to complete an in-depth application process to qualify. In total, 400 companies made the ranking this year.
“A growth of this size wouldn’t have been possible without the relentless hard work and dedication to developing the best possible solutions for our clients from our team, and the continued trust and engagement from our clients,” says Kristian Roberts, Managing Partner of Nordicity.
Nordicity is a leading international consulting firm, providing public and private sector clients with solutions for Strategy and Business, Economic Analysis, Policy, Regulation and Evaluation across four priority sectors: Arts, Culture and Heritage; Digital Economy and Innovation and Creative Industries. Nordicity was founded in 1979, acquired by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in 1997, and re-launched as an independent entity in 2002, coincident with the acquisition of PwC’s consulting practice by IBM. Today, Nordicity employs 17 full-time staff and serves clients across Canada and the world from our four offices in Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa and London (UK)
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