Fengate named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies 2020: Platinum winner

March 10, 2020

Fengate is honoured to be recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for the thirteenth consecutive year. This annual list is Canada’s leading business awards program, focusing on the excellence in private Canadian-owned companies. Each year, hundreds of entrepreneurial companies undergo a rigorous application process, but only the best are awarded with this prestigious designation.

“We are so proud to be recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies since 2007,” said Lou Serafini, President and Chief Executive Officer, Fengate. “This award is extremely important to Fengate as it goes beyond our financial performance, recognizing our commitment to first-in-class client service, creating a workplace of choice for our highly talented team, and giving back to the communities we work in.”

Fengate has maintained its Platinum Club Member status with Canada’s Best Managed Companies, which recognizes firms that have earned the honour of a spot on the list for seven years or more straight years.

“This year’s Best Managed winners know what it takes to succeed in the future. By investing in innovation and embracing a people-centric approach, these companies are outpacing their competition,” said Lorrie King, National Co-Leader of the Canada’s Best Managed Companies program and Partner, Deloitte Private. “In thinking long term, these companies are already ahead of the curve and are set to be better prepared and successful in the years to come.”

Congratulations to all the winners of this important award. Click here to see full list.

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