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Branham300 2010 - Top Canadian Technology Companies

The year of opportunity and hardship

By Darren Anderson
April 1, 2010

Last year was a tough one, but it capped a successful run for the ICT sector. The geographical breakdown of the Top 250 listing remained relatively static in 2009. Ontario, which experienced the largest increase in representation among Canadian provinces in 2008, realized the sharpest decline in 2009, falling three per cent to account for 57 per cent of listed firms. Rebounding from a double-digit decline in representation last year, Quebec-area companies increased their share of Top 250 companies to 15 per cent, while B.C. and Alberta maintained their 2008 level of representation, accounting for 14 per cent and 10 per cent of the Top 250 in 2009, respectively. Read more

Branham Top300 - 2010 - full article (PDF 2.7MB)
Branham Top300 - 2010 - introduction 



Top 300

Top 250 - Canadian Tech Companies - article 
Top 250 - Canadian Tech Companies - list (PDF 1MB)

Top 25 - IT Multinational Companies - article 
Top 25 - IT Multinational Companies - list (PDF MB)

Top 25 - Up and Comers - article 
Top 25 - Up and Comers - list (PDF MB)


Mergers and Acquisitions - article 
Mergers and Acquisitions - list (PDF MB)

Top 25 - ICT Hardware and Infrastructure Providers

Top 10 - IT Health Care Companies

Top 10 - IT Security Companies 

Top 20 - Movers and Shakers 

Top 25 - Professional IT Services Companies 

Top 25 - Software Companies 

Top 10 - Wireless Solutions Companies 

Top 10 - xSP Companies 


How to get onto the Branham300 list in 2011

Branham Top300 - 2009 

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