MIT Consulting once again proves its winning track record and growth potential in the field of tech as it ranks 455 in the 2017 Annual PROFIT 500.
Toronto Canadian Business and PROFIT ranked MIT number 455 in the 29th annual list of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies, to be published in the October issue of Maclean’s magazine, and at CanadianBusiness.com.
With a five-year revenue growth rate of 90%, MIT tops the 2017 PROFIT 500 list, besting many other Canadian businesses also ranked by PROFIT based on their five-year revenue growth.
Of this feat, PROFIT 500 program manager Deborah Aarts says, “it is never easy to earn a spot on the PROFIT 500, but this year’s applicant pool was the most competitive yet. This year’s winners demonstrate the resilience, innovation and sheer management smarts it takes to build a thriving business today. Canada—and the world—needs more entrepreneurial success stories like these.”
Thanks to the wide breadth of IT support services and innovations we constantly supply to the growing market in Toronto, we are proud to be recognized not just for the growth we’ve achieved; but the work we do that allows businesses, schools, not-for-profit organizations, and many others to grow as well, with a smart use of the latest tech.
For 29 years now, the PROFIT 500 has served as the most respectable and influential ranking that celebrates entrepreneurial achievement in the country.
Since its inception by PROFIT, and now published both in Maclean’s magazine and at CanadianBusiness.com, the PROFIT 500 has continuously ranked Canadian businesses based on their five-year revenue growth, lauding high growth rates and maximized potential.
Since its founding in 1928, Canadian Business has gone on to become the longest-serving and most trusted business publication in the country.
Executives and senior business leaders in Canada turn to Canadian Business to fuel their success, as it is the country’s premier media brand that focuses on what matters the most in business: leadership, innovation, strategy, and management tactics.
In 2007, The Vaughan Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 30th year of existence. Created to promote the interests of business in the City of Vaughan, the Chamber has been an integral part of Vaughan, recognized as one of Ontario’s’ most prestigious business communities.
The “voice of business” in the Richmond Hill business community, provide a leadership role in promoting the business interests of our members. Their activities are undertaken in innovative ways. They are responsive to changing conditions of the environment in which they and their members operate.
The Markham Board of Trade (MBT), the community’s chamber of commerce. Boards or chambers are defined as member based associations for the local business community. They are established to promote community, commercial and industrial growth, and to advocate on behalf of business concerns with all levels of government.
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