Northern Commerce is one of London’s fastest-growing digital agencies earning international recognition for their work, and now they can call themselves one of Ontario’s best workplaces too. This honour has been bestowed to Northern Commerce after a thorough and independent analysis based on direct feedback from employees of the hundreds of organizations that were surveyed by Great Place to Work®.
To be eligible for this list, organizations must be Great Place to Work Certified™ in the past year, be headquartered in Ontario, and have employees that participated in a Trust Index employee survey. Great Place to Work determined the best based on the overall Trust Index score from these employees.
Becoming a great workplace did not happen by chance at Northern. The company was founded on core values of innovation, community, and excellence—three pillars acting as a compass to guide the path of what it means to be a true Northerner. The team is a group of dedicated learners who share a passion for all things digital. Exciting projects, a vibrant company culture, and the satisfaction of having fun doing something you love are what working at Northern is all about.
“I firmly believe that great work begins with extraordinary company culture,” says Michael Delorenzi, President of Northern Commerce. “By showing our team that they are valued for who they are and appreciated for their talents, we have been able to achieve remarkable results.” Aside from creating award-winning digital experiences for some of North America’s leading retailers, Northern dedicates themselves to creating a rewarding employee experience. From weekly catered lunches to tropical team-building retreats, there is no shortage of opportunity to immerse yourself in the Northern culture.
In light of their recent partnership with Digital Echidna and the recent surge in demand for eCommerce, there is growth on the horizon for Northern. Together with Digital Echidna, the two firms plan to pursue enterprise-level clients through a more comprehensive set of solution capabilities and further establish London’s rising tech sector.