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PageFreezer Ranks in the Growth 500

Last week we received the news that PageFreezer had been ranked in yet another reputable list, the 2018 Growth500.

The Growth 500 lists Canada's fastest growing companies evaluating growth of the last five years, from 2012-2017 or fiscal years 2013-2018. The Growth 500's website commends the listed companies for “demonstrating aggressive—often, exponential—revenue growth" and "being the most ambitious, innovative and successful businesses in Canada."

With 900% five-year growth, PageFreezer ranked at #97 in the overall rankings, and #18 among Canada’s fastest growing software companies.

“We're delighted to be on the list of Canada's fastest growing companies, and particularly high up among other notable Canadian software companies,” Says Michael Riedijk, CEO of PageFreezer “We’re proud of our roots here in Vancouver and look forward to continuing on our growth spurt in the Canadian tech industry.”  

Speaking of growth, we’re hiring for a few new roles.
Take a look at our current openings
here.

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