CCI Welcomes ClearRisk to Our National Team of Growing Technology Companies

March 14, 2024

The Council of Canadian Innovators is pleased to announce ClearRisk Inc. as its newest member, joining our national network of scale-up technology companies.

Headquartered in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, ClearRisk has developed accessible software solutions for risk managers primarily within the municipal and property management sectors of the economy. Working with over 150 organizations across North America, CEO and Founder Craig Rowe is dedicated to provide better tools to understand and manage risk, and higher operational excellence for all customers.

“At ClearRisk, we’re building tools for risk managers everywhere,” said CEO Craig Rowe. “We’re excited to join other passionate CEOs within the technology industry who are also dedicated to developing a stronger innovative economy and inclusive public policy.”

Rowe has been a leading voice supporting CCI’s efforts to expand our work in Atlantic Canada, and he will join CCI Chair Jim Balsillie for a conversation about Atlantic Canada later in March, along with fellow CCI member and Four Eyes Financial CEO Lori Weir.

“ClearRisk in a great example of a Canadian company doing incredible things here at home, and abroad,” said Benjamin Bergen, President of the Council of Canadian Innovators. “Canadian companies can make global solutions, and the team at ClearRisk is proving that. Leaders within the public sector should be taking note of this and developing policy to further empower Canadian technology companies.”

Since 2015, the Council of Canadian Innovators has been Canada’s business council exclusively devoted to high-growth Canadian-headquartered technology companies, working with government leaders to co-develop strategies to unleash our nation’s innovation potential.


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