This year’s edition of the Biggest Web Development Companies in BC are highlighted in a BIVlist in this week’s Business in Vancouver newspaper. Last year we (and our readers) were a little critical of the quality of the research that went into putting together the Top 25 – sure BIV picked up the usual suspects like Blast Radius and Habanero but they seemed to have trouble defining the category. VP Jason Smith of Vision Critical event took the time to weigh in and withdraw his company for the list.
Looks like the BIV research staff took notice – you’ll only find 9 of last year’s Top 25 on the list again this year. Not sure why MovieSet and Destiny Media Technologies are considered web development companies though.
- Blast Radius, Vancouver – 150 employees
- Elastic Path, Vancouver – 75
- Neverblue Media, Victoria – 75
- Habanero Consulting, Vancouver – 62
- Graphically Speaking, Vancouver – 41
- Most Home Real Estate Services Inc., Maple Ridge – 39
- Falcon Software, Victoria – 30
- Invoke Media, Vancouver – 27
- 6S Marketing Inc., Vancouver – 27
- The Level, Vancouver – 25
- FCV Technologies, Vancouver – 24
- MovieSet Inc, Vancouver – 24
- Donat Group, Vancouver – 23
- Domain7 Solutions, Abbotsford – 21
- Destiny Media Technologies Inc., Vancouver – 20
- Lambda Solutions, Vancouver – 20
- antartica|DIGITAL Marketing, North Vancouver – 20
- OpenRoad Communications, Vancouver – 17
- E-Cubed Media Synthesis, Burnaby – 17
- Open Box Ingegration, Vancouver – 15
- Engine Digital Inc., Vanocuver – 14
- Noise Digital, Vancouver – 14
- Artistech New Media, Kelowna – 12
- InTouch Technology, Vancouver – 12
- Netgenetix Media Inc., Vancouver – 12
Same drill as last year – feel free to comment if a correction is needed. And if your Web Dev shop was missed – no matter how small, give it a shout out in the comments.
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