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The Center for Business Intelligence (CBI) Receives Top 100 Women-Led Businesses Award

Mon, 12/20/2010 - 10:34am
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WOBURN, Mass., Dec. 20, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The Center for Business Intelligence (CBI) has been recognized as a Top 100 Women-Led Business in Massachusetts in 2009. The honor was awarded recently to Kathleen Y. Coffey, CBI President, by the Boston Business Journal and The Commonwealth Institute at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel.  

The Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts for 2009 collectively represent over $47.5B in annual revenue and $202,664 employees. Over 500 women and men from the Massachusetts business community attended the ceremony at the Park Plaza Hotel to celebrate the achievements of these leaders.

The Center for Business Intelligence (CBI) ranks 42nd in the list of the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts for 2009 and shares the honor of being among the top 100 with businesses in the area including Communispace, BJ's Wholesale Club, Inc., TJX Companies, Inc. and The Talbots, Inc. The list of top 100 companies is ranked by revenue and has been published in the Boston Business Journal.  

CBI is a subsidiary of Advanstar Communications Inc. and develops market-driven, unbiased conferences in the fields of pharmaceuticals and biotech, medical devices, and managed care markets. CBI creates conferences and summits that serve senior executives and government officials by providing a unique platform for highly focused content and presentation.

This award for Kathleen Y. Coffey and The Center for Business Intelligence (CBI) builds on another recent distinction in Boston Women in Business in Forbes Magazine.  

For more information on The Center for Business Intelligence (CBI), visit http://www.cbinet.com

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Contact:

Kathy Stewart, Director of Marketing

The Center for Business Intelligence

339-298-2117

kathy.stewart@cbinet.com

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