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President of Prima Named One of Canada's Top 100 Female Entrepreneurs 2014

Prima's President Patsy Tremblett has worked hard to build her company and her hard work has been recognized by PROFIT/Chatelaine as one of Canada's Top 100 Female Entrepreneurs for 2014.  

The PROFIT/Chatelaine W100 ranking of Canada's Top Female Entrepreneurs ranks female business leaders according to a proprietary formula that combines the sales, three-year revenue growth rate and profitability of their businesses. All data is verified through financial statements. To qualify, candidates must be owners or significant stakeholders who at least share chief decision-making capabilities.

I am proud of this recognition of our entrepreneurial achievement, says Tremblett. I thank my staff and my clients who have helped me to build Prima over the past 19 years. This recognition has also raised the profile of my company provincially and nationally which, we anticipate, will fuel further growth for Prima.

Many of Prima's clients have contacted Tremblett to congratulate her. Among them is Debbie Forward, President, Newfoundland and Labrador Nurses' Union. We were delighted to hear of your success, but it certainly comes as no surprise, says Forward. Your leadership skills were quite evident when we implemented our records program in 2007. You and your employees continue to demonstrate that providing support and service is a number one priority.

Tremblett flew to Toronto in late November for the Awards luncheon and the W100 Ideas Exchange Conference.


The PROFIT/Chatelaine W100 ranking and awards program is Canada's largest celebration of entrepreneurial achievement by women. Now in its 16th year, the program ranks female entrepreneurs by the size, growth rate and profitability of their companies. Winners are honoured in Canadian Business and Chatelaine magazines and on For details, visit:


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