Managing Partner, Toronto, Paresh Mistry & COO, Brad Ezard, Attend Growth Camp 2022
On Wednesday, October 5th, 2022, Managing Partner, Toronto, Paresh Mistry and COO, Brad Ezard, attended “Report on Business Growth Camp,” an exclusive event for leaders of Canada’s Top Growing Companies. Taking place at The Globe and Mail Centre in Toronto, this day-long event incorporated immersive and interactive sessions for leaders of the 2022 Top Growing Companies in Canada. Leaders had the opportunity to forge powerful connections, share winning strategies, and celebrate successes with their cohorts.
Keynote Search placed 158th on the Globe and Mail‘s 4th annual ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies, based on three-year revenue growth. Launched in 2019, the Canada’s Top Growing Companies editorial ranking aims to celebrate entrepreneurial achievement in Canada by identifying and amplifying the success of growth-minded, independent businesses in Canada.
“We’re proud to be recognized by the Globe and Mail as one of Canada’s Top Growing Companies for the second year in a row and extend our congratulations to our exceptional peers across the country. It’s an inspiring list to be part of and we look forward to continuing the relationships we’ve forged with other recipients.” – Paresh Mistry, Managing Partner, Toronto, Keynote Search
“Growth Camp 2022 was a great opportunity to connect with truly impressive leaders from across the country. The event allowed us to discuss and debate some pretty major topics affecting businesses of all sizes and we were honoured to be part of the discussion.” – Brad Ezard, Chief Operating Officer, Keynote Search
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