Friday, April 4, 2014
Making the BC Business Grade 30 under 30 -- Amy Dopson
Ms. Dopson the Founder and owner of Prince Rupert's Pac 10 Tutoring is not unfamiliar with recognition in Prince Rupert, with Pac10 one of this community's major success stories.
She and her team at Pac10 are frequently found at Prince Rupert's Chamber of Commerce Award time celebrations, receiving the accolades of the community for the work they do out of their offices on 1st Avenue West.
The success of Pac 10 Tutoring has been through their approach to education in Prince Rupert, with many parent's sending their children to the group to help get through some of the struggles they are finding with their studies.
Such has been the work and recognition of Pac 10 and the reputation that they have built, that many parents have to start making their plans early in the school year to seek out space in the tutoring programs that are offered.
It's in part through the local recognition and the praise of those that use the Pac 10 services that Ms. Dopson finds herself among some of the elite of British Columbia's young entrepreneurial class.
Yet she remains modest and shares the credit for Pac 10's success, as can be seen in this promotional video for the BC Business 30 under 30 awards.
Her story and that of Pac 10 will be told later thins month when BC Business celebrates the achievements of the Brightest Stars of British Columbia business at their 30 Under 30 celebrations.
You can review the BC Business profile on Ms. Dopson and Pac 10 tutoring here.
The BC Business Celebrations take place on April 30th in Vancouver.
When she makes her trip down south, Ms. Dopson will no doubt have a large segment of Prince Rupert sharing in the applause of Vancouver's business elites.
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