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Kids & Company named one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies for 2015 by Deloitte

(MARCH 9, 2016 – TORONTO) – Kids & Company, the leading provider of corporate-sponsored child care, has been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for the third year in a row for its outstanding business performance. “Our team across the country is honoured to receive this acknowledgment that recognizes our dedication to providing nurturing and educational child care,” said co-founder and CEO Victoria Sopik. “The talented people at Kids & Company have worked hard to forge meaningful relationships with corporate partners and families, and this honour proves we are on the right track when it comes to continuing our positive growth as an organization.” Kids & Company credits the ongoing growth to corporate partners, devoted employees, and multitudes of families who utilize the more than 70 centres that offer a unique child care model that includes guaranteed placement, no late fees, secure web cams and proprietary educational programs. “I would like to recognize the entire effort of Kids & Company. It takes a dedicated effort from an entire team to focus on a core vision, create stakeholder value and excel in the global economy to achieve this level of success,” said Peter Brown, Partner, Deloitte and Co-Leader, Canada’s Best Managed Companies program. “Best Managed companies embrace innovation, seize opportunities and inspire talent. They really set the bar high.” Established in 1993, Canada’s Best Managed Companies is one of the country’s leading business awards programs recognizing Canadian-owned and managed companies that have implemented world-class business practices and created value in innovative ways. Applicants are evaluated by an independent judging panel on overall business performance, including leadership, strategy, core competencies, cross-functional collaboration throughout organization, and talent. The Best Managed program is sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, National Post, Smith School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums. For further information, visit