2018 is shaping up to be an incredible year of growth for Loopio.
- We’ve added over 50 new employees to the Loopio team this year, and we’re still hiring!
- In February we raised USD $9 Million Series A funding with OpenView to fuel team growth
- In July, we brought on former Salesforce Executive and current VP at Paypal, Jenny Cheng, to our board of directors
- In August, we moved from an 8,600 sq ft office to a brand new 30,000 sq ft space in the heart of Toronto
- In September, we were listed #9 in the first Canadian LinkedIn Top Startups List; a list honoring the 25 most sought-after startups to work for in Canada
We’re proud to add another incredible highlight to this list:
Loopio has been named one of Canada’s Companies-to-Watch in the 2018 Deloitte Technology Fast 50™ Awards
Toronto, November 15, 2018 — Loopio, the leading request for proposal (RFP) and security questionnaire response software, is named one of Canada’s Companies-to-Watch in the 2018 Deloitte Technology Fast 50™ Awards. The award spotlights emerging companies that exhibit strong growth and show potential to be a future candidate of the Technology Fast 50 award.
“We are honored to be named among Canada’s top companies-to-watch. We’ve always strived to build a great Canadian technology company, and this recognition lets us know we’re on the right path,” said Loopio Co-founder and CEO, Zakir Hemraj. He credits Loopio’s success to their focus on customer-centricity, thoughtful growth, and company culture.
The Companies-to-Watch award is yet another validation of Loopio’s high growth and success. Earlier this year, Loopio was selected as one of LinkedIn's 2018 Top Startups in Canada and also earned a Silver Stevie Award for Sales & Customer Service. In addition, the company has been recognized as a leader in the Proposal Software market by G2 Crowd.
Companies-to-Watch winners are new companies headquartered in Canada, demonstrating superior technology, effective management experience, and common traits of Deloitte Technology Fast 50 award winners. To be eligible, candidates must also devote a significant portion of their operating revenues to creating proprietary technology or intellectual property.
“We’re proud to recognize this year’s Companies-to-Watch winners, not only to celebrate their early achievements, but also their potential moving forward,” said Erica Pretorius, Partner and National Leader for the Technology Fast 50™ program at Deloitte Canada. “This year’s winners are integral in setting the example for younger, emerging companies on how to be courageous, seek opportunity and take calculated risks.”