Press Release: Monday, January 16, 2012
NewGen is ranked in the Business in Vancouvers top 100 fastest growing companies list for the fourth consecutive year.
Source: Business In Vancouver Magazine
NewGen Technologies Corp. accelerates to become one of B.C.'s Fastest Growing Companies
NewGen Technologies Corp. enjoyed a 276 per cent increase in revenue between 2006 and 2010, earning it a spot (#45) in Business in Vancouver's list of Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies in 2011. This growing IT services and solutions company was founded in 1996 and featured on the list along-side operators from a wide range of industry sectors such as retail, marketing, mining, manufacturing and technology.
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