Now in its 14th year, Canada's Top 40 Under 40™ is a prestigious national award program that recognizes 40 exceptional Canadians under the age of 40 in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. The 2008 recipients of Canada's Top 40 Under 40™ were unveiled in the May 1st issue of the Globe and Mail. The official award ceremony will be held in Toronto, on May 5th, where the honourees will be presented with their Top 40 Crystal Cube.
Winners of the award were chosen from over 1100 nominees by an independent advisory board comprised of 25 business leaders from across Canada. Candidates were selected on five key criteria: vision and leadership; innovation and achievement; impact; community involvement and contribution; and strategy for growth.
Corley was appointed vice president, National Direct Sales for Xerox Canada Ltd. in January 2008 and is responsible for all direct sales operations in Canada. Previously, he led marketing strategy for Xerox North America and played a key role in the $1.5 billion Xerox acquisition of Global Imaging
Corley joined Xerox in 1994 as a sales representative and has held a variety of sales and marketing positions with the company across Canada and the US. He has an economics degree from McMaster University in Hamilton, and attended the University of Western Ontario's Ivey Business School, graduating from their Executive Development Program. He is a member of the IT & Operational Committee of the United Way.
Corley resides in Toronto with his wife and two young sons and is active as a youth baseball coach.
About Canada's Top 40 Under 40™
Canada's Top 40 Under 40TM is managed by founding sponsor, The Caldwell Partners International. In addition to The Caldwell Partners, national sponsors include Deloitte, National Bank Financial, The Globe and Mail, and Air Canada
Bill McKee, Xerox Public Relations, 585-423-4476, firstname.lastname@example.org