Victoria, BC – Rocket Builders has listed First Light Technologies in its 17th annual “Ready to Rocket” ranking. Ready to Rocket profiles British Columbia technology companies that are best positioned to capitalize on technology sector trends that will lead to fast growth. This is First Light’s 4th consecutive time included on the Clean Tech list.
“We’re honoured to be included with such an innovative group of companies,” said First Light CEO Sean Bourquin. “There is obviously a lot of potential not only in solar lighting but all the categories covered by Ready to Rocket.”
The Ready to Rocket ranking comes as First Light is preparing to open a new, larger manufacturing facility and its recent inclusion in the GROWTH 500 list of fastest growing Canadian companies with a five year growth rate of 1125%.
First Light has strong demand for its line of self-contained solar bollards and luminaries that offer significant install cost savings, excellent reliability and no ongoing carbon emissions. With municipalities and organizations across North America looking for ways at making outdoor pedestrian spaces safer and more accessible, solar lighting is the most cost-effective choice.
About the Rocket Recognition Program
The Rocket Recognition Program features two branded lists of companies. The “Ready to Rocket” list profiles technology companies with the greatest potential for revenue growth in the coming year. The “Emerging Rockets” list profiles technology companies from multiple technology sectors with great potential for investment and market breakthroughs in the coming year. Both lists are predictive of future success making them unique in approach and unique in value for our business audience. “Ready to Rocket” and “Emerging Rockets: are trademarks of Rocket Builders, a respected management consulting firm servicing the technology industry.
For details on the “Ready to Rocket” lists, visit http://www.readytorocket.com.
About First Light
First Light Technologies designs and manufactures commercial grade, self-contained solar lights. The company is dedicated to pushing the potential of sustainable, pedestrian-scale solar lighting by constantly striving for better and simpler solutions. The company has over 17,000 luminaires and bollards installed in more than 30 countries.
For more information, visit www.firstlighttechnologies.com.