Job Shoppe Owner Is #9 Canadian Female Entrepreneur
Wednesday October 16th, 2013
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The 15th annual W100 ranking of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs, produced by PROFIT Magazine and Chatelaine, have named Windsor’s Meighen Nehme, President of The Job Shoppe, #9 among the country’s most thriving female business owners.
This marks the second consecutive year Nehme has made the Top Ten on the list.
The PROFIT/Chatelaine W100 ranking of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs is a top list of leading woman-owned and woman-run businesses, celebrating the smarts and success of business builders from coast to coast. Entrants are ranked by a combination of company size, growth rate and profitability of their businesses.
The W100 profiles the country’s most successful female business owners.
Meighen Nehme founded The Job Shoppe in 2003. The Job Shoppe is a privately owned and operated work solutions firm serving the professional human resource needs of South Western Ontario’s business community. With offices in Tecumseh, London, Kitchener and Mississauga, The Job Shoppe proudly represents many of Ontario’s most exciting organizations and candidates.
“The PROFIT W100 is a valued recognition at The Job Shoppe. It is only with the dedication of our candidates and clients over the past ten years that The Job Shoppe is able to celebrate this of our candidates and clients over the past ten years that The Job Shoppe is able to celebrate this
acknowledgement,” said Nehme.