Abrupt shifts in Southwestern Ontario’s innovation economy prompted TechAlliance, with support from a cast of technology leaders, to quickly mobilize a tool that could contribute to the attraction and retention of industry professionals, and bolster growing companies as they navigate through disruption.Announced today at Future of Good’s virtual summit, The (Rebuild) Roster, a regional directory designed to put skilled talent in view of world-class companies, has been recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Recovery Projects.

Created with the intention to bridge the gap between talent and employers, The (Rebuild) Roster has become host to qualified professionals seeking meaningful work opportunities, and a helpful resource for leaders and hiring managers for some of Ontario’s most promising startups and leading technology companies.

Canada’s Top 100 Recovery Projects echo the rallying cry of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), ‘Leave no one behind’.

As highlighted by Future of Good’s mission to #BuildBackBetter, this initiative targets four SDGs including: (1) No Poverty, (8) Decent Work and Economic Growth, (9) Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, and (17) Partnerships for the Goals. Focused on thoughtful innovation in pursuit of a decade of transformation, The (Rebuild) Roster is in excellent company alongside STEAM Education Centres’ re//BUILD.IT in St. Thomas, London’s Green Dime, and Design Challenge recipient Beecuz.