January 29, 2020 (Toronto, CANADA) – Macro, a B2B sales and marketing operations agency, has been awarded the CanadianSME National Business Award for Best Professional Services.
Founder and President Dan Radu with Macro marketing specialists Joshua P’ng, Diego Garcia and Carla Herrera at the CanadianSME National Business Awards at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Tuesday night in Toronto.
Macro was presented with the award for Best Professional Services at the annual National Canadian SME Awards at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Tuesday night in Toronto. The CanadianSME Business Awards is designed to recognize and applaud the contributions that small and medium sized businesses provide for Canada’s economy.
Companies nominated under this category embody strength in excellent customer service, business growth, innovation,technology, training and personal development. A wide range of professional services are considered under this category including legal, financial, hospitality and retail. The criteria for the award are enterprises that provide professional services which have demonstrated the ability to successfully build and manage a thriving and growing business.
Companies, especially SMEs, need extra brains & hands to create magical customer experiences powered by sales & marketing technologies. This allows them to run better campaigns, make data-driven decisions and improve their relationships with partners. - Dan Radu, Founder and President of Macro
We make it easy for companies to run efficient sales and marketing operations. Our mission is to elevate customer experiences through the orchestration of technologies, people, processes, content, and data by creating magical customer experiences powered by sales and marketing technology. Macro is a member of the Canadian Marketing Association Martech Council and Better Business Bureau and organizer of Toronto’s MarTech Meetup.
The CanadianSME Business Awards are an event designed to recognize the contributions that small and medium sized business owners and their employees provide to Canada's economy. The main sponsors of the awards were Cisco, Lenovo and RBC.