Kinova Named to Les Affaires’ Top 300 Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises List

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We’re excited to announce that Kinova® Robotics has been included in yet another prominent list of businesses in 2017, this time making the cut for prominent French-language business magazine Les Affaires’ annual PME 300 list.

 

The full list, which will be published in the magazine’s print edition on October 21, has Kinova Robotics tied alongside five other Quebec-based company at #226.

 

The annual ranking recognizes the most important small- and medium-sized enterprises in the province of Quebec. Each company included in the list has the majority of its shareholders residing in the province, along with a maximum of 300 employees. Companies are ranked according to the size of their workforce, based on the number of full-time employees.

 

We always consider it a true honor to be included in any list alongside homegrown companies and our contemporaries from other fields. We’d like to extend huge congratulations to everyone who made the list!

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