Fast Company has published their third annual list of the Best Workplaces for Innovators.
The list identifies companies that encourage bold experimentation, not just from the C-suite or engineering groups but from every level of the organization.
And now more than ever, businesses of every kind, from every industry, must innovate to survive and thrive.
In collaboration with Accenture, Fast Company scored every application they received to produce a list of the top 100 companies which included four Canadian organizations.
Toronto’s VC/incubator hybrid Highline Beta returns to the list for the second year in a row, joining four other Canadian innovators – Toronto’s Alida and Klick Health, MaRS Discovery District, and Vancouver’s Arc-Teryx.
“It is an absolute honour to be recognized among Fast Company’s list of 100 Best Workplace Innovators,” said Ross Wainwright, CEO of Alida. “An innovative approach to business has been central to our leadership position in the Customer Experience Management (CXM) and Voice-of-Customer (VoC) markets globally and has also been integral to our Alida culture. I am grateful to have such committed and passionate employees who continuously innovate and create meaningful relationships with our customers, partners, and with each other.”