Marketing Week has just released its list of the top 100 disruptive brands of 2016 and Slyce is thrilled to have made it. Slyce joins innovators such as Postmates, Slack, and Warby Parker on this year’s list. According to Marking Week’s Russell Parsons and Salesforce’s Emma Chalwin, the creators of the list, these companies are ushering in a new era of “inspiring, stimulating and intuitive marketing” that goes hand in hand with the digital economy.
The list highlights a group of companies that “are as different in their outputs as is possible” yet, “they are all innovators, however, that are defining the future of the sectors in which they operate and the wider world of business”. Each company is taking marketing a different way, uniquely shaped by needs, means, and marketplaces. Ranging from food delivery services to predictive risk analytics to visual search services, the top 100 covers many business sectors, and is truly a cross-section of the modern digital economy.
Slyce is very proud and incredibly humbled by this inclusion. Marketing Week went on to discuss Slyce individually, “As the online and offline worlds of retail continue to collide, Toronto-based Slyce has taken this one step further.” Occupying both the B2B and B2C spaces puts our marketing team in a unique position to innovate. Like the other companies included, Slyce is still growing and innovating.