Canadian fashion retailers recognized on Profit 500 list

The 2016 Profit 500 list has been released, and a number of Canadian fashion retailers made the cut.
"Companies become a part of the Profit 500 through innovative thinking, smart strategy and sheer grit," says James Cowan, Editor-in-chief of Profit and Canadian Business, in a news statement. "These firms demonstrate what Canadian entrepreneurs and top executives can achieve, both at home and across the globe."

Drew Green, Chief Executive Officer at Indochino. - Indochino
The list which ranks 500 of Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies, ranked Vancouver-based apparel brand Indochino at number 65 following a five-year revenue growth of 1,187 percent.
"We are honoured to be featured in the Profit 500, and participate alongside Canada's elite companies," says Drew Green, in a news statement. "We are not just accelerating revenue at an unprecedented pace; we are also improving the bottom line at the same rate, while building a world class company culture and a disruptive global brand.
Winnipeg-based brand EPH Apparel, came in just before Indochino and took home the 58th spot. The retailer equally manufactures and sells customized menswear.
Finally, also on the list at number 83 is Canadian fashion jewellery company Jenny Bird. Founded in 2008, Jenny Bird is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario.

"Our spot in the ranking demonstrates the wild surge in demand for our brand and product," says Jenny Bird, Creative Director and Adam Kohn, President, in a news statement. "It also represents how today’s consumers want to be connected to the maker of the pieces they buy. We are proud to represent the jewelry industry in this ranking, and to have achieved such worldwide growth while, at the same time, creating jobs at home, in Toronto."
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