U of S alumnae among Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs

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UPDATED Dec. 11, 2014

Two University of Saskatchewan alumnae were named to the W100 ranking of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs, put together by the editors of PROFIT and Chatelaine magazines.

Corrin Harper (BComm, 95, MBA’00)
Corrin Harper is co-founder and president of Insightrix Research Inc., a market research company with offices in Saskatoon, Sask. and Horsham, Australia, serving clients around the globe. The company conducts traditional market research and innovative techniques to get quality information for their clients. The development of their research software led to the creation of Wagtale Communications, a wholly owned subsidiary that allows clients to develop self-service marketing and market research solutions.

Read more about Corrin Harper and Insightrix.

Wendy McClelland (DVM’02)
Dr. Wendy McClelland is the founder of Vets To Go, a veterinary service that makes house calls, providing vet care in the animal’s own environment. Services include comprehensive physical exams; vaccinations and shots; microchipping; blood, allergy and other tests; preventative care; and compassionate end of life care. Vets to Go started in southern Alberta and is quickly expanding across Canada.

Read more about Dr. McClelland and Vets To Go.

The W100 ranking of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs ranks female business leaders according to a proprietary formula that combines the sales, three-year revenue growth rate and profitability of their businesses. All data is verified through financial statements supplied by candidates. To qualify, candidates must be owners or significant stakeholders who at least share chief decision-making capabilities.
See the full W100 list.

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