Team Builders Plus Receives Philadelphia 100

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<p><strong>Cherry Hill, N.J. &mdash; Nov. 15</strong><br />Team Builders Plus, a global leadership and team development firm, was named one of the 2007 Top 100 Fastest-Growing, Privately-Held Businesses in the Philadelphia region by the Philadelphia 100, a joint project of the Wharton Small Business Development Center, the Entrepreneurs&rsquo; Forum of Greater Philadelphia and the <em>Philadelphia Business Journal</em>. According to Therese Flaherty of the Wharton Small Business Development Center, &ldquo;This year&rsquo;s winners are one of the most impressive groups in the 19-year history of the Philadelphia 100.&rdquo; Flaherty explained that more than 500 qualified nominations from eligible businesses were received this year and that Philadelphia 100 rankings are based on verifiable revenue growth. Revenues at Team Builders Plus grew more than 59 percent between 2004 and 2006.<br /><br />This is the third regional award the firm has won since June of this year. Team Builders Plus was recently named one of the Best Places to Work in the Philadelphia region by the <em>Philadelphia Business Journal</em> and one of the Top 25 Fastest-Growing South Jersey Companies, chosen and ranked by researchers at Rowan University&rsquo;s Rohrer College of Business.<br /><br />Recent acquisitions enabled Team Builders Plus to double its growth, turning the company into the largest team-building company in the region. The firm possesses more than triple the staffing of most other training firms and includes several highly experienced trainers and coaches. The firm&rsquo;s employees and services provide for individual, team and group leadership, training, coaching and assessments. More than a quarter of current Fortune 100 companies are Team Builders Plus clients.<br /><br />&ldquo;We are greatly honored to receive this prestigious award from such a highly esteemed panel,&rdquo; said Jeff Backal, president and co-owner of Team Builders Plus. </p>

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