Sortable makes key hires and expands to Toronto in order to continue empowering publishers.

Last year Sortable was named the 8th fastest-growing company in Canada on the Deloitte Fast 50™ list. We moved into a new office in downtown Kitchener and are excited to announce that we’re expanding our operations into Toronto.

We’ve recently added two new members to the Sortable team, Jennifer Fields and Lila Hunt, who will be Sortable’s first Toronto-based employees. Both Jennifer and Lila join Sortable with extensive experience in digital publishing and ad tech, most recently at Kijiji and Index Exchange, respectively.

 

Why Toronto?

“We’re in a great position now to start working with some of the top publishers and partners in the industry,” says Ryan Fuss, Chief Revenue Officer at Sortable. “Collaborating with industry experts and fostering innovation in Canada’s largest city is key to our growth, and a natural next step for Sortable.”

Expanding into Toronto is not only key to growing our business, it’s key to growing our team. “Toronto has the largest pool of endemic digital publishing talent in Canada,” says Christopher Reid, Chief Executive Officer at Sortable. “Setting up shop in Toronto gives us the opportunity to grow our team and benefit from others’ industry experience.”

About Sortable

Sortable empowers digital publishers, using data and machine learning to help them make better decisions about their monetization, content, and audience development strategies.