Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Little Kickers CEO, Christine Stanschus, ranks No.50 on the W100


— PROFIT and Canadian Business unveil 18th annual list of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs

PROFIT and Canadian Business today ranked Christine Stanschus No. 50 on the 18th annual W100 list of Canada's Top Female Entrepreneurs. Published today at PROFITguide.com, the W100 ranks female entrepreneurs using a proprietary formula that considers the size, growth rate and profitability of the businesses they own and manage.

“The members of the 2016 W100 each possess the talent and tenacity to start and grow a successful business,” said James Cowan, Editor-in-chief of PROFIT and Canadian Business.  “Their remarkable achievements serve as proof that ambitious, risk-taking female entrepreneurs are integral to the growth of the Canadian economy."

“Little Kickers is honoured to be on the W100 ranking,” says CEO Christine Stanschus. “This achievement reflects the strength of our product and the incredible dedication of our team.”

"Thanks to our network of passionate and hardworking franchisees, the business has flourished since it's creation back in 2002."

Full W100 editorial coverage will also appear in the June 2016 issue of Canadian Business and online at Chatelaine.com.

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About the W100

Now in its 18th year, the W100 ranking of Canada's Top Female Entrepreneurs is Canada's largest celebration of achievement by women business owners. Produced by the editors of PROFIT and Canadian Business, the rankings and extended coverage of the women honoured are published in print and online. Applicants to the 2016 W100 were ranked using a proprietary formula that considers the size, growth rate and profitability of the companies they own and manage. To see this year's complete ranking and find links to full W100 editorial coverage, visit http://www.profitguide.com/w100.

Little Kickers boasts four different football classes each tailored to a different age group. However, we have two core beliefs that we take into every session.
Firstly, we believe in something we call “Play not Push”. It means teaching football in a fun, pressure-free environment. We want to give children a positive introduction to sport as a whole, not just football, so they’re more likely to stay healthy and active throughout their lives.

Secondly, we believe football can be educational. Coached in the right way it can stimulate imagination and aid early development skills such as learning colours and numbers, following instructions and playing as a team.

It’s an approach that has bagged us numerous awards and helped us expand globally over the last 12 years. And like all our Kickers, we never stop learning. We’re continually improving and updating our classes, based on feedback and input from child health specialists as well as our network of over 1,500 football coaches worldwide.

Media contact
Daniel Brownlie - dbrownlie@littlekickers.co.uk 


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