Vortex Aquatic Structures International, the global water play provider, has made the Growth 500 list of Canada’s fastest-growing companies for the fifth year in a row.
Vortex Aquatic Structures International is pleased to announce that it has once again been named in the Growth 500, a ranking of Canadian business based on five-year revenue growth. The list is produced by the country’s leading business and current affairs media brands.
The company reported a five-year revenue growth of 493% and was placed at #185 on the list. It also ranks in the top 20 on the list of companies with over $50 million in annual revenue. Vortex attributes this growth to its focus on offering award-winning innovations and designs.
The Canadian company has been in business for more than 20 years and is proud to be showing continued growth. During the past five years, it has been investing in innovative products, design services and infrastructure, in order to provide value for its customers. The company also invests in local sales and service offices, as well as local account management personnel. This ensures that new innovations are communicated effectively.
“The companies on the 2019 Growth 500 are truly remarkable. Demonstrating foresight, innovation and smart management, their stories serve as a primer for how to build a successful entrepreneurial business today,” says Beth Fraser, Growth 500 program manager. “As we celebrate over 30 years of the Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies program, it’s encouraging to see that entrepreneurship is healthier than ever in this country.”
“Being ranked among Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies for the fifth consecutive year is a true testament to our employees’ and partners’ dedication, and our loyal customers,” says Stephen Hamelin, President and CEO of Vortex.
The company works in key sectors such as retail, hotels and resorts, municipality, entertainment and more. It has also witnessed growth in cruise ships, camping, resorts and amusement parks.
Vortex Aquatic Structures International opened its new Montréal headquarters at the end of 2019, allowing it to expand its manufacturing capabilities.