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STARTEK Received AT&T 2015 Supplier Diversity Crystal Award

GREELEY, CO — STARTEK, Inc. ("STARTEK") (NYSE: SRT), a global customer engagement business process outsourcer, received the AT&T 2015 Supplier Diversity Crystal Award on June 8, 2016 in Dallas, Texas. 

“We’re honored to have won AT&T’s Crystal Award for 2014 & 2015 and to support AT&T’s commitment to promoting, increasing and improving the participation of diverse suppliers,” stated Emily Millar, Senior Vice President, Strategic Accounts for STARTEK. 

The 2015 Supplier Diversity Crystal Award recognizes select Prime Suppliers’ performance that contributed to AT&T exceeding its diversity spend target for its Prime Supplier program. STARTEK was part of a select group who attained and/or exceeded 21.5 percent diversity utilization in 2015.

2015 Supplier Diversity Crystal Award winners include ABBCO Service Corporation, ABM, Accord Creditor Services, ACG; AFL, Altec Industries, Inc, Anixter Inc., Blackberry Corporation, Capgemini U.S. LLC, CBRE Global Workplace Solutions, Ciena Communications, AFNI, Inc., Cisco, CommScope, Communications Test Design, Inc., Computer Sciences Corporation, Corning Optical Communications, Dell Technologies, Duffey Southeast, Inc., Ericsson, Inc., IXIA, Nabholz Construction, Extrameasures

Genco, a Fedex Company, Gilbane Building Company, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Juniper Networks, Inc., LG Electronics Mobilecomm USA, Inc, Microsoft, Nokia, OneTouch Direct, RCS Systems Inc., Ryder System, Inc., Raycap, Samsung, Skyler Electric Co. Inc., STARTEK, Sykes Enterprises, Inc., Telecom Expertise Industries, Inc., Teleperformance, Teletech, The Beck Group, Tollgrade Communications, Inc. and WEX, Inc.