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Jonah Group Profiled in the Toronto Star Business Club

Jeremy Chan

By Jeremy Chan

Founder

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December 03, 2013

Jonah Group Media League Team at work in a UAT session (Photo Credit - Nick Kozak) Jonah Group Media League Team at work in a UAT session (Photo Credit - Nick Kozak)

Jonah Group was profiled today in the Torstar Business Club in an article entitled "Small Toronto Firm aims to compete with the likes of IBM." (note - link is broken while torstar re-organizes their home page) The article captures some of our struggles fairly accurately, though it seems to imply that the $300K is a high water mark for Jonah Group projects. Indeed, we don't generally land those sized contracts with new customers immediately, but we regularly do this and more after we've been working with them for a while.

We really enjoyed going through the interview process, and the advice that came back from the "expert" was actually quite helpful. Thanks to TorStar Business Club for taking the time to profile the company! The rest of the photos from the photoshoot can be seen here.

About Jonah Group

Jonah Group is a digital consultancy the designs and builds high-performance software applications for the enterprise. Our industry is constantly changing, so we help our clients keep pace by making them aware of the possibilities of digital technology as it relates to their business.

  • 24,465
    sq. ft office in downtown Toronto
  • 153
    team members in our close-knit group
  • 21
    years in business, and counting