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Last month, Canada’s Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion, the Honourable Mary Ng, recognized HotSpot for “outstanding business achievements” and “exemplary service to the community.”

The Minister wrote HotSpot CEO Phil Curley to congratulate the company for winning the “Resilience award” at last year’s Business Excellence Awards, hosted by the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce.

The Minister wrote:

“I applaud your leadership and the work you have done in Canadian business. Your admirable achievements and entrepreneurial success, as well as your continued dedication to business excellence, which will serve as an inspiration to others.”

Speaking on behalf of the HotSpot team, CEO Phil Curley says he appreciates the words of encouragement from the federal government. Curley also reiterated the company’s commitment to giving back to the cities and communities who have embraced HotSpot.

“We strive to make a positive impact everywhere we go,” said Curley. “In addition to offering affordable, convenient pay-by-phone solutions, we’ll continue supporting local communities by contributing our time and resources when we can make a difference.”

Curley said he hopes HotSpot’s record of success will encourage other companies to engage with and support communities across Canada in the months to come.

“Community is key,” said Curley. “Companies that give back to the communities who helped make them will always find a way to overcome hard times.”