TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bonsai, an end-to-end integrated commerce solution for publishers, was named to the first 2022 Ccanadian affairs New Innovators List – an annual ranking of Canada’s most innovative companies.

“We are honored to be named to the very first Canadian company List of new innovators,” said Bonsai CEO Saad Siddiqui. “Bonsai is reinventing e-commerce and we are thrilled to be recognized as a company that puts innovation and its people first.”

Bonsai’s mission is to enable payment at the point of discovery. Bonsai takes a discovery platform, or a place where consumers go to seek inspiration, and converts it into a buying channel. Bonsai’s technology allows users to natively transact while browsing content, enabling on-site purchase with just a few clicks.

Presented by Canadian company and the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship (BII+E), the New Innovators List celebrates 50 pioneering companies that are challenging the status quo and redefining what it means to be truly innovative – with great products and services, progressive leadership and avant-garde. thinking about social and environmental initiatives. The inaugural list recognizes a Top 10 new innovator, along with 40 other companies that excel in the following categories:

  • Environment: planet-friendly companies that show how good green is
  • Innovation: companies that foster a culture of challenging the status quo
  • People: companies that prioritize and follow diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Impact Intentionality: organizations that really think about what they do and how it affects the world

The 2022 Canadian company The list of new innovators can be found here.

About Bonsai

Founded in 2016, Bonsai is an integrated commerce platform trusted by elite publishers and retailers across North America. Bonsai’s technology allows users to purchase a product at the point of discovery – directly within the content they consume. For publishers, Bonsai offers a better revenue alternative to intrusive advertisements and the ability to own the customer from inspiration to gratification. For more than 200 merchants, ranging from Direct-to-Consumer brands to partner companies, Bonsai puts its natively buyable products in front of an audience the moment purchase intent is formed, driving more sales with less friction. The company is headquartered in Toronto, Canada. Visit


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