On the grow: EOBJ seeking Eastern Ontario’s Fastest-Growing Companies

fastest growing companies
fastest growing companies

Even as the pandemic continues to wreak havoc with the economy, entrepreneurs across the region are rolling up their sleeves and getting down to work growing a new crop of world-beating companies.

In that spirit, the Eastern Ontario Business Journal is celebrating local businesses that are on the fast track to eye-popping revenues with its first annual Fastest Growing Companies competition.

The competition is a unique opportunity for local enterprises to be recognized for substantial, sustainable and profitable growth.

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EOBJ is seeking companies headquartered in Eastern Ontario (in the counties of Renfrew; Frontenac; Leeds & Grenville; Lanark; Prescott & Russell; Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry) that have demonstrated substantial revenue growth over the past three years. It doesn’t matter what industry the company is in or whether it’s a startup or a long-standing business.

Reasons to apply

  • Visibility: Share your story with EOBJ’s readers
  • Publicity: Be profiled in EOBJ’s fall newsmagazine
  • Recognition: Be showcased among the city’s leading businesses at an upcoming event.

Complete the nomination form here.

Applicants will be ranked by percentage of revenue growth between year one and year three of their most recent three-year fiscal period. To qualify, the company must have completed three fiscal years with financial statements that have been subject to a review engagement or formal audit.

In year one, companies must have had revenues of at least $100,000. In year three, revenues must have risen to at least $500,000. If the company is not profitable by the third year, applicants will be asked to briefly explain how the firm will be sustainable.

Companies that make the top 10 will be profiled in the fall issue of EOBJ.

For more information and to apply, click here or complete the form below.

The deadline for applications is August 19, 2022. If you have further questions, please email EOBJ editor Anne Howland at editor@obj.ca.

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