Nordicity Ranked One of Canada’s Fastest- Growing Companies of The Year

Toronto, Ontario -November 17, 2020-Canadian Business ranked Nordicity No.370 on the 32nd annual Growth List, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. The Growth List, produced by Canadian Business, profiles the country’s most successful entrepreneurial businesses. Winners are profiled in a special Growth List print issue of Canadian Business (packaged with the December issue of Maclean’s magazine) and online at and 

Nordicity is honoured to be on the Growth List ranking,” says Peter Lyman, Senior Partner and Founder of Nordicity. This achievement reflects the strength of our service and the dedication of our team. This further validates our position as a company poised to successfully overcome the difficulties faced by many businesses today” 

A leading international consulting firm and one of Canada’s leaders in economic and strategic analysis of the culture and creative sector, Nordicity has over three decades of experience in research, analysis, evaluation, and strategy throughout the sector. Nordicity has conducted economic impact analyses at the national, provincial/territorial, regional, municipal and organizational levels, as well as developed municipal plans, digital strategies and strategic plans, feasibility studies, program evaluations, industry profiles and sector strategic studies for a variety of clients in the cultural and creative industries across Canada and internationally.  

 “The companies on the 2020 Growth List are really exceptional. Their stories are a masterclass in how to survive when the economy throws a curveball. Despite turbulence, the 2020 Growth List companies showed resilience, spirit and, most importantly, empathy and strong leadership,” says Susan Grimbly, Growth List Editor. “As we celebrate over 30 years of the Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies program, it’s encouraging to see that the heart of Canada’s entrepreneurial community beats strong, even in tough times.” 

Produced by Canadian Business and Maclean’s, Canada’s premier business and current affairs media brands, the Growth List ranks Canadian businesses on five-year revenue growth. Companies had to complete an in-depth application process to qualify.  

Our single greatest achievement is to have developed a company culture that relentlessly focuses on what’s important to our clients, and unequivocally delivering that — and only that — to them timely and efficiently, “ says Kristian Roberts, Managing Partner of Nordicity.  

View the full list of all the 2020 winner: 

About Nordicity   

Nordicity is a leading international consulting firm, providing public and private sector clients with solutions for Strategy and Business, Economic Analysis, Policy, Regulation and Evaluation across four priority sectors: Arts, Culture and Heritage; Digital Economy and Innovation and Creative Industries. Nordicity was founded in 1979, acquired by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in 1997, and re-launched as an independent entity in 2002, coincident with the acquisition of PwC’s consulting practice by IBM. Today, Nordicity employs 17 full-time staff and serves clients across Canada and the world from our four offices in Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa and London (UK)   

About the Growth List

For over 30 years, the Growth List ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies (formerly the Growth 500) has been Canada’s most respected and influential ranking of entrepreneurial achievement. Originally developed by PROFIT and now published in a special Growth List print issue of Canadian Business (packaged with the December issue of Maclean’s magazine) and online at and, the Growth List ranks Canadian companies on five-year revenue growth, and the Startup List ranks Canadian new growth companies on two-year revenue growth. For more information on the ranking, visit 

Nordicity Press/Media Contact: Patricia Bowes 

Nordicity is a leading international consulting firm providing private and public-sector clients with solutions for Economic Analysis, Strategy and Business, and Policy and Regulation across four priority sectors: arts, culture and heritage; digital and creative media; and information and communication technologies (ICTs) and innovation. With offices in London (UK), Toronto, and Vancouver Nordicity is ideally placed to assist our clients to succeed in the rapidly evolving global markets.