Today, Canadian Business and Maclean’s listed Clearbridge Mobile on the Growth 500, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies! We were ranked no. 94 with a revenue growth of 918% on the list formerly known as the PROFIT 500. In addition to this, we were also listed as the 17th fastest-growing software company in the entire country.
“Clearbridge Mobile is excited to be included on the 2018 Growth 500 list,” says CEO, Deepak Chopra. “Being the largest app development company in Canada has allowed us to bring best practices to our clients and help them deliver successful mobile products that have a lasting impact on their business and customers. This achievement is a reflection of our clients’ faith in our team, process, and engineering strength.”
The announcement follows a strong year marked by high-profile product releases for companies like Rogers Communications, TD Bank, and Bell Mobility; development of flagship products for innovative startups like Aspire and HVR; and international expansion into markets across Europe, South America, and Africa as customers look for best-in-class product development.
We also recently ranked 1st on Clutch.co’s 2018 Top Canadian App Development Companies list based on reviews from clients like USA Today, Tim Hortons, Cambridge Global Payments, Rogers Communications, and Gannett. Our work has also received accolades from The Webby Awards, W3, Creativity International Awards and others.
For 30 years, the Growth 500 has been Canada’s most respectable and influential ranking of entrepreneurial achievement. Ranking Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies by five-year revenue growth, the Growth 500—formerly known as the PROFIT 500—profiles the country’s most successful growing businesses. The Growth 500 is produced by Canadian Business. Winners are profiled in a special Growth 500 print issue of Canadian Business (packaged with the October issue of Maclean’s magazine) and online at Growth500.ca and CanadianBusiness.com. For more information on the ranking, visit Growth500.ca.
This list will be published in the October issue of Maclean’s magazine and at CanadianBusiness.com.