Winter 2021-22, for many North American snow and ice professionals, represented a return to normalcy. At least, that is, when it came to snowfall and billable ice mitigation events. As a result, we received a record number of submissions for this year’s Top 100 list. Here’s a little background on how we collected the Top 100 data.
This year, around mid-March, notices began going out to last year’s Top 100 companies to begin compiling their total winter revenues and to head to our online portal to submit their numbers. At the same time, we broadcast to the rest of the snow community to total and submit their winter revenue figures. This process remained open until mid-May. At the conclusion of the submission process the numbers were tallied and the companies ranked. Once again, we’ve chosen to present the Top 100 in revenue brackets instead of publishing specific winter revenue figures. This addresses privacy concerns some participants have raised regarding sharing their actual submitted revenue figure. Lastly, for companies reporting identical revenue figures they shared the higher ranking on this year’s list.
Top 100 companies in attendance were recognized during the 2022 Leadership Awards ceremony, which took place at this year’s Executive Summit in late August. – Mike Zawacki, editor
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