Canadian company and the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship join forces for New Innovators, a unique recognition program.

Submit your business for review to our first list of new innovators, celebrating the creative companies that are making their mark this year – with great products and services, innovative leadership, and forward-thinking social and environmental initiatives.

Application deadline: September 17, 2021


What is a new innovator?

We believe that in 2021 and beyond, the best performing companies will be those that not only drive innovation in their industry, but also strive to achieve significant progress in areas such as sustainability, well-being. being employees, diversity and inclusion and philanthropy.

New innovators are companies that seek inclusive innovation that brings new or improved products and services to market, or improves their operational efficiency. New innovators are also paying attention to the impact of their operations, from GHG emissions and resource efficiency to living wages, creating a significantly diverse and fair team and culture and ethical supply chain management.

For more information, please read our Frequently Asked Questions.

If you think your company should be on the 2022 New Innovators list, please start your application below. The deadline to apply is Friday September 17, 2021.

Preview a full list of questions here.

Canadian company, the Brookfield Institute and our research team require companies to submit financial and operational information for the purpose of assessing their candidacy for the New Innovator List and may request supporting documentation to verify these claims. We ask companies to have completed at least two fiscal years and ask for three years of data when available. Canadian company will not disclose the contents of your financial statements or other confidential documents without authorization. Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions.



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