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Kids & Company named one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies for 2014 by Deloitte

(MARCH 10, 2015 – TORONTO) – For the second year in a row, Kids & Company, the leading provider of corporate-sponsored child care, has been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies in 2014 for excellence in business performance. “This recognition is a testament to the dedicated team we have across the country who are committed to delivering nurturing and educational care to thousands of children on a daily basis,” said co-founder and CEO Victoria Sopik. “The partnerships Kids & Company have forged with Canada’s vibrant corporate community are strong and we look forward to continuing and building these long-standing relationships.” Kids & Company has grown from one centre in 2002 in Toronto to nearly 70 centres across the country. More centres are scheduled to open over the next year and beyond. The company’s ongoing growth can be attributed to the clients’ demand for more centres, as well as its a unique child care model that includes guaranteed placement, no late fees, secure web cams and proprietary educational programs. “Today’s market place is not just about financial performance; it is also about the investment in the people. Kids & Company invests in their team to build up a strong and stable company. Best Managed companies are home grown companies making smart investments to achieve above average returns,” said Peter Brown, National Co-Leader of Canada’s Best Managed Companies Program and Senior Practice Partner, for Deloitte. Canada’s Best Managed Companies continues to be the mark of excellence for Canadian-owned and managed companies with revenues over $10 million. Every year since the launch of the program in 1993, hundreds of entrepreneurial companies have competed for this designation in a rigorous and independent process that evaluates their management skills and practices. Program sponsors are Deloitte, CIBC, National Post, Queen’s School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums. For further information, visit