Company receives award from Dominica Agricultural and Industrial Development Bank (AID Bank)
ALPHARETTA, Ga., Jan. 31, 2012 /CNW/ - Clear Harbor, an innovative provider of customer care and business process outsourcing services, has been recognized by the Dominica Agricultural and Industrial Development Bank (AID Bank) for its contributions to employment and the economy in Dominica.
The award, which was presented during the AID Bank's 40th Anniversary Awards Ceremony by His Excellency Dr. Nicholas J. O. Liverpool, President of Dominica, acknowledged the significant impact Clear Harbor has had since it commenced operations in Dominica in 2005. The company now employs more than 700 Associates in Dominica, who serve clients in a variety of industries.
Brian Lambert, Chief Operating Officer of Clear Harbor, received the award on behalf of the company. Lambert said "it was very gratifying to receive this award from our partners at AID Bank and the Government of Dominica. Additionally, it is rewarding to be recognized for our mutual efforts and values in creating jobs and opportunities for hundreds of people."
Founded in 2004, Clear Harbor provides customer care and business process outsourcing services to companies in a wide range of industries. The company's Clear Advantage(SM) business model combines best practices in strategic engagement, active partnering, quality and quantifiable value to deliver client-centric solutions.
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