In 2000, The Kinderville Group was awarded the best business award by SODER.
In 2001, The Kinderville Group became the first company of its kind in the world to obtain an ISO 9002 certification. This stamp of quality and excellence created new standards for the childcare industry worldwide.
Since 2002, the founder of Kinderville, Mrs. Sagar, has ranked among Canada's Top 100 Women Entrepreneurs. With her commitment to all learners of various economic, physical, emotional and socio-cultural backgrounds to feel welcome, accepted and safe in their learning environment, Kinderville Schools worldwide are recognised for their "children inclusion" philosophies.
In 2003, 2006 and 2007, the founder of Kinderville was listed amongst Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 by the Richard Ivey School of Business and WXN.
In 2004, Mrs. Sagar was recognized as the Top Businesswoman in the Large Business Category by the Réseau des Femmes d'Affaires du Quebec.
Kinderville also ranked as Canada's top 100 companies in P' Mgazine's W100 for several years as Kinderville has been appreciated for incorporating the best practices in early childhood education.
In 2007, the Chief Executive Officer of the Kinderville Group was inducted in the Hall of Fame of Canada's Most Powerful Women.
In 2007, Manishi and her company were featured in a book called, “L’Entrepreneuriat féminin au Québec” by Ms. Francine Richer and Ms. Louise Cyr,professors of Management at the University Hautes Etudes Commerciales in Montreal. This award-winning book is the first book of its kind on women entrepreneurs in Canada.
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