NiceJob officially recognized as a top 25 Startup in the 2019 New Ventures British Columbia Startup Competition
NiceJob is proud to have been recognized in the 2019 NVBC list of the top 25 startups in this year's startup competition. After experiencing exponential growth from 2 to 17 employees in just two years without any outside funding, this milestone demonstrates the optimism that the NVBC judges, a group of venture capitalists, industry experts, and seasoned entrepreneurs, feel for NiceJob's future.
VANCOUVER, BC – July 11, 2019
New Ventures BC (NVBC) this month announced their list of the top 25 startups in the 2019 startup competition. This list recognizes some of the most promising and fastest growing startups in British Columbia. Startups were selected by several separate committees of jurors and mentors comprised of industry experts, venture capitalists, and entrepreneurs. Startups on this list typically attract investor interest, or even get acquired. NiceJob advanced to this stage due to the judges' optimistic assessment of their market opportunity, distribution strategy, competitive analysis, financial estimates, overall potential, and NiceJob's growth which has exceeded $1.7 million annual recurring revenue in 2 years. Currently, NiceJob helps over 3200 small businesses across North America. NiceJob’s growth has been entirely funded by its own revenue, with no outside investment.
"I rarely give 5s but the thought process which shows in your answers to each section tells me you have the corporate braintrust and maturity to scale well. Go for it." - NVBC Judge for NiceJob
This top 25 list from the annual NVBC competition provides accurate growth predictions of private companies across multiple sectors. These ventures are identified as likely to experience significant growth, venture capital investment or acquisition by a major company in the future due to their business plan and market potential. This year features the following companies:
- Acacia Power Solutions, Coquitlam
- Biointeractive Technologies, Vancouver
- Brave Technology Coop, Vancouver
- c3d, West Vancouver
- LincEdge, Vancouver
- NiceJob, Vancouver
- Manage Petro, North Vancouver
- REITIUM Blockchain Technologies, Vancouver
- ShapeMeasure, Vancouver
- Beatdapp, Vancouver
- Cuboh, Victoria
- Farm-Trace, Vancouver
- GT Water Machines, Victoria
- Kranked Bikes, Gibsons
- Lumen5, Vancouver
- Open Oceans Robotics, Victoria
- www.plugzio.com, Coquitlam
- Qase, Vancouver
- Singular Software, Surrey
- SpayVac, North Saanich
- Spectrum, Vancouver
- Spexi Geospatial, Delta
- StoryTap, Coquitlam
- VRSQUARE, Vancouver
- WeVu, Vancouver
"It’s great to see what other tech startups are doing and what seasoned entrepreneurs think about our model. As we continue to scale our operation, the New Ventures BC Competition provides an opportunity for us to test out assumptions against experts for feedback. This experience has been really helpful." said Director of Growth, Connor Wilson.
New Ventures BC is a non-profit organization that recognizes, encourages, and supports entrepreneurship in BC’s technology sector. Each year, the New Ventures BC Competition, the largest and longest-running tech competition in BC, offers education, coaching and awards $250,000 and prizes to BC startups.
The competition’s mandate is to recognize startups but also to help them succeed,” comments Mike Volker, Chair, New Ventures BC.
“Over the last 17 years, past winners of the annual New Ventures Competition have gone on to hire thousands of full-time employees, raise millions of dollars, and create innovate technologies that help put BC on the map as a leader in technology.”
ABOUT NICEJOB – NiceJob is a reputation marketing software company that helps businesses that do great work get the reputation they deserve. NiceJob offers a complete reputation marketing platform providing features such as customer review collection, website management services, and marketing automation, and starts free. https://get.nicejob.co/
ABOUT NEW VENTURES BC - The New Ventures BC Competition started in 2000 under the direction of Wal van Lierop, to encourage innovation in BC’s tech sector. Since then, they’ve supported 2360 startups, who have created 3720+ jobs and have raised 302 million in financing, in British Columbia. New Ventures BC is a non-profit organization that receives funding from both government and corporate sponsors.