27 businesses named in EY Entrepreneur of the Year for 2022
by CM Staff
The program works in tandem with EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ and Entrepreneurs Access Network to help businesses grow, scale and overcome challenges.
CALGARY — EY Canada has announced the regional finalists in the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2022 program, and they include 27 businesses across the prairie provinces.
The program is designed to recognize businesses for their development, prosperity and impact on their communities.
“As greater infrastructure investments are made in a post-pandemic recovery, it’s not surprising to see a number of this year’s finalists in the construction, industrial and manufacturing sectors,” said Rob Jolley, Entrepreneur Of The Year Prairies Program Co-Director
“These unstoppable entrepreneurs are putting the customer at the heart of their strategy to help build the social and economic fabric of our economy, and doing so with passion and innovation.”
Now in its 28th year in Canada, the Entrepreneur of the Year program tries to help entrepreneurs across Canada as they put their ideas into motion in ways that benefit society. The program works in tandem with EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ and Entrepreneurs Access Network to help businesses grow, scale and overcome challenges.
“Other common threads among this year’s group are energy and agriculture — with many entrepreneurs delivering innovative and customized solutions to help businesses do things differently and more sustainably,” said Shane Dunn, Entrepreneur Of The Year Prairies program co-director in a statement.