Chaordix is honoured to have been awarded for our crowdsourcing expertise, business model, and invaluable team. Below you’ll find some of the recognition we have received:
WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces 2010-2014
The WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces™ 2014 is comprised of 51 organizations from a diversity of industries including technology, manufacturing, healthcare, retail, and services, with a combined annual revenue of over $15 billion. These organizations include public, private, non-profit, and educational institutions. They range in size from five to 50,000 employees and are located in the US, Canada, Mexico, the UK, Netherlands, Denmark, Malaysia, Haiti, New Zealand and Singapore.
An organization makes it onto the WorldBlu List through a survey process their employees complete, which evaluates the overall design of an organization along a fear-based to freedom-centered continuum based on the WorldBlu 10 Principles of Organizational Democracy. Those organizations scoring 3.5 or higher on a 5.0 scale become WorldBlu certified democratic workplaces.
48 Hours in the Valley 2013
48hrs in the Valley is the C100′s flagship mentorship program put on in conjunction with the Canadian Consulate of San Francisco and Palo Alto. Twice a year C100 invites 20 of Canada’s most promising startups to Silicon Valley for two days of mentorship, workshops, investor meetings, strategic partner visits and networking.
TechWomen Canada 2013
The TechWomen Canada program aims to support Canadian women in the technology sector and connect them to their peers in Silicon Valley. This outreach initiative will expose Canadian start-ups to the impact and high growth culture of the Valley, which they can use to enhance the growth of their technology companies.
ARF Quality In Research Award 2013
Chaordix and our Crowd Intelligence™ methodology has been recognized by The Advertising Research Foundation (ARF) for Quality in Research. We are proud to have been selected as an ARF Great Minds Awards 2013 Certificate Winner.
WordStream 150 Top Internet Marketing Companies 2012
The WordStream Internet Marketing 150 infographic compiles the top software and SaaS providers currently doing business in 10 major business categories, including content marketing and blogging, conversion rate optimization, crowdsourcing, email marketing, marketing automation, pay-per-click (PPC) marketing, search engine optimization, social media management, video hosting and management, and web analytics.
Alberta Digital Awards 2011
The Digital Alberta Awards, formerly known as the MediaFresh Awards, is a program designed to recognize leaders in innovation, creativity and the evolving digital media sector in Alberta.
The Digital Alberta Awards introduced categories to include companies that may not traditionally be considered in the realm of ‘digital media’, but have pioneered much advancement such as financial services and education.
TechRev Innovators 2011
The TechRev Innovator program recognize local technology innovators with standout accomplishments that represent the most forward looking and promising tech ventures underway in the Calgary area. Organizations are evaluated on a number of elements including those relating to financial performance, operational growth, and market viability. All winning companies must have the potential to achieve significant revenues.
Canadian Innovation Exchange – Canada’s Hottest Innovative Companies 2010
The Canadian Innovation Exchange seeks out the hottest, most innovative technology-based products, services and companies in Canada in the Clean Technology, Digital Media, and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sectors. The panel of industry experts has the unenviable, but necessary task of selecting 25 companies from a large number of amazing entrants from across Canada.
Affiliations: We Belong
We’re proud to be connected to the following reputable organizations, through company and employee participation and business partnerships.
Alberta College of Art & Design (ACAD)
ACAD is committed to a solid studio-based experience for students in fine art, design and new media – an experience balanced with relevant, complementary liberal studies and practical theory. The result is a rigorous studio program, which produces innovative thinkers, creative problem solvers, and visually talented students. ACAD creates a learning environment rich in character and extensive in quantity, quality and professional capability for its student body of artistic thinkers.
Crowdsortium is a group of crowdsourcing industry practitioners that have organized themselves with the mission of advancing the crowdsourcing industry through best practices, education, data collection, and public dialog.
Crowdsourcing Week’s commitment is to educate decision makers on the power of the crowdsourcing ecosystem and the positive impact it can have on the brand and its stakeholders. They aim to provide a multilayer platform in open innovation for global innovators and to educate enterprise level executives, entrepreneurs and financiers in the best practices of these emerging business models.
Digital Alberta is an industry-led organization devoted to promoting and connecting the thriving digital media community across Alberta, Canada. Through professional development workshops, advocacy work, education, event, and business development activity, Digital Alberta is building the digital media industry provincially and promoting it abroad.
International Society for Professional Innovation Managers (ISPIM)
ISPIM is a network of researchers, industrialists, consultants and public bodies who share an interest in innovation management.
Marketing Research and Intelligence Association (MRIA)
MRIA is a Canadian not-for-profit association representing all aspects of the market intelligence and survey research industry, including social research, competitive intelligence, data mining, insight, and knowledge management. Members include over 2,000 practitioners, small to large research houses, and the many buyers of research services, such as financial institutions, major retailers, insurance companies and manufacturers.
Mount Royal University
At Mount Royal University we recognize that people are individuals. One size does not fit all. That is why we offer a variety of programs so you can discover the one that suits you best. MRU provides bachelor’s degrees, applied degrees, university transfer courses, diplomas and certificates as well as professional and personal credit-free courses.
Plug and Play Accelerator Canada
Plug and Play Accelerator Canada is a subsidiary of Plug and Play Tech Center in Silicon Valley, a global accelerator that specializes in growing tech startups. Plug and Play’s network includes over 300 tech startups, 180 investors, and a community of leading Universities and Corporate partners.
Product Development and Management Association (PDMA)
The PDMA is the premier global advocate for product development and management professionals. Their mission is to improve the effectiveness of individuals and organizations in product development and management. This is accomplished by providing resources for professional development, information, collaboration and promotion of new product development and management.
Qualitative Research Consultants Association (QRCA)
QRCA is a not-for-profit association of consultants involved in the design and implementation of qualitative research — focus groups, in-depth interviews, in-context and observational research, and more. Their goal is to promote excellence in the field of qualitative research by pooling experience and expertise to create a base of shared knowledge.
Startup Calgary is a non-profit focused exclusively on creating more startups in Calgary. They do this by running fantastic events, connecting startups with the resources they need and helping them to grow into real businesses by getting out of the building and talking to real customers. Startup Calgary and its members are in the trenches promoting startup creation and growth for Calgary’s overall tech ecosystem.
Technology Alberta is an industry-led association of Alberta-based technology companies. They are organized to make a difference for Alberta’s high tech business environment.
The A100 is Alberta’s only peer community of seasoned tech founders and entrepreneurs. It brings together over 60 veterans from all sectors. Regular member networking helps to expand your personal network, and make important connections.
The C100UK is its own section of the C100 based in London aiming to be a gateway to european markets. They focus on mentorship, partnership and investment, assisting in the growth of a new generation of successful Canadian-led technology companies.
WorldBlu is a global network of organizations committed to practicing freedom and democracy in the workplace. Their purpose is to unleash human potential and inspire freedom by championing the growth of democratic organizations worldwide. WorldBlu’s vision is to see 1 billion people working in free and democratic workplaces.
Affiliations: We Love and Follow
These organizations offer a great resource for knowledge and ideas.
Advertising Research Foundation (ARF)
ARF is an association where practitioners from every avenue of advertising – agency, academia, marketer, media, and research – gather to exchange ideas and research strategies.
American Marketing Association (AMA)
AMA has grown to be one of the largest marketing associations in the world, with over 30,000 members who work, teach and study in the field of marketing across the globe. They are counted as one of the most credible marketing resource where their members can stay relevant with knowledge, training and tools to enhance lifelong learning and obtain valuable information and connections.
Canadian Marketing Association (CMA)
The CMA is the only marketing association in Canada that embraces Canada’s major business sectors and all marketing disciplines, channels and technologies. Its programs help shape the future of marketing in Canada by building talented marketers and exceptional business leaders and by demonstrating marketing’s strategic role as a key driver of business success.
Market Research Society (MRS)
MRS is the world’s leading research association. For all those who need, use, generate or interpret the evidence essential to making good decisions for commercial and public policy.
Marketing Research Association (MRA)
MRA is the leading and largest association of the opinion and marketing research profession, which delivers insights and intelligence to guide the decisions of companies providing products and services to consumers and businesses.
Marketing Research Institute International (MRII)
MRII is a not-for-profit organization with the mission of fulfilling the core educational needs of people worldwide in the marketing research profession. In partnership with the University of Georgia, MRII is the driving force behind Principles of Marketing Research and the Principles of Pharmaceutical Marketing Research, the premier online certificate program in the industry.
Society of Graphic Designers of Canada (GDC)
The GDC is a member-based organization of design professionals, educators, administrators, students and associates in communications, marketing, media and design related fields.
World Association for Market, Social and Opinion Research (ESOMAR)
ESOMAR’s aim has been to promote the value of market and opinion research in effective decision-making. ESOMAR facilitates an on-going dialogue with its 4,900 members, in over 130 countries, through the promotion of a comprehensive programme of industry specific and thematic conferences, publications and best practice guidelines. ESOMAR also provides ethical guidance and actively promotes self-regulation in partnership with a number of associations across the globe.