7 October 2015
Three printers make the Profit 500 list
TORONTO—
 
Four printing companies have landed themselves on Canadian Business magazine’s Profit 500 list, a complete ranking of Canada’s fastest growing companies. *Updated*

  • Impressions Printing, a commercial printing service in St. Thomas, ON came in at #359. The company’s five-year revenue growth was 135%.
  • Mabel’s Labels, a designer, manufacturer and seller of personalized labels in Hamilton came in at# 361. Mabel’s five-year revenue growth was 133%.
  • Mi5 Print & Digital, a commercial printer based in Markham ON, came in at #417. Mi5’s five-year revenue growth was 97%.
  • Beneco Packaging, a company that prints and manufactures packaging in Mississauga, ON. Beneco came in at #432 and it's five-year revenue growth was 91%.
The ranking process, according to the publication works like this:

All applicants were ranked by five-year percentage revenue growth, generally from 2009 through 2014. We shortlisted companies based on revenue figures supplied on a brief self-nominating ballot, and then verified revenue claims and eligibility through online questionnaires, phone interviews and reviews of applicant-supplied financial statements. A minimum revenue requirement of $2 million in the most recent fiscal year (2014) applied to all companies; growth rates were calculated using a base-year minimum of $200,000 (2009).
 

*This story has been updated to include a fourth company, Beneco Packaging. In order to make sure the link remains unbroken, the headline remains the same. *
 
 
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