2022 Best of Atlantic Canada Readers’ Choice Awards
Posted on December 16, 2021 | Atlantic Business Magazine | 0 Comments
It’s our second annual Readers’ Choice Awards, where we reveal how Atlantic Business Magazine readers graded their favorite business-to-business suppliers.
Over the past year, readers cast their ballots online for Atlantic Canadian companies that help them do business. This year, we received 963 votes across 18 categories. From the best accounting firm to the best place for a business traveller to eat when they’re on the road, these business-to-business service providers have been judged by Atlantic Business Magazine readers as the best in class across the entire region.
The selection process is really very simple: it’s all about the numbers. The nominee with the most votes wins the category. If the top candidates are separated by a vote margin of less than five per cent, we declare a tie. You’ll note that some categories have a Winner and an Honourable Mention. The latter is only awarded when the second-place nominee has at least 75 per cent as many votes as the category winner.
The ballot itself is open-ended: we deliberately don’t limit the voting to a pre-determined shortlist of candidates. It’s up to readers to tell us their ‘Best of’ nominees in each category.
Finally, we do not reveal the results as they come in. That way, superfans aren’t tempted to cast multiple ballots to artificially inflate results for their favorite nominees. No one knows who the winners are until we download the final results and share them in our January issue.
Speaking of which, without further ado, here are the results of our second annual Readers Choice Awards!
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