Altrum Named Gold Standard Member of Canada’s Best Managed Companies
(St-Martin, QC, Mar 14th, 2019) – Altrum, a Canadian company with the mission to celebrate achievements and inspire people, has successfully been upgraded to the 2019 Canada’s Best Managed Companies Gold Standard designation.
The Best Managed designation highlights the top privately-owned Canadian companies with annual revenues over $15 million. This year’s companies attribute success to an increased focus on investment in technology and talent, innovation, and cross-border business. Best Managed winners also make future planning a priority by actively identifying and preparing for new challenges on the horizon.
“This year's winners demonstrate exceptional leadership and commitment to drive growth,” said Dino Medves, Senior Vice-President and Head, Commercial Banking at CIBC, a long-standing sponsor of the program. “Their success is a result of taking a deliberate approach to build strong teams and a vested interest in the future development of their talent."
The leadership team, paired with the engagement of its people, brings Altrum’s business strategies to life. Combined with our focus on our values of teamwork, better every day, and client focus, Altrum continues to strive to be a great employer in Canada and abroad.
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Altrum helps organizations around the world celebrate achievements and inspire people. The company has two lines of business specifically tailored to the sectors we service; Altrum Honors in the deal toy and financial tombstone market, as well as Altrum Recognition, which offers concrete solutions to foster employee engagement and mobilization.
About Canada’s Best Managed Companies
Canada's Best Managed Companies continues to be the mark of excellence for Canadian-owned and managed companies with revenues over $15 million. Every year since the launch of the program in 1993, hundreds of entrepreneurial companies have competed for this designation in a rigorous and independent process that evaluates their management skills and practices.