Startek, Inc. (NYSE: SRT), a global provider of customer experience management solutions, was added to the Russell 2000® Index at the conclusion of the Russell Indexes’ annual reconstitution. The Russell 2000 is a subset of the broad-market Russell 3000® Index.
Russell indexes are widely used by investment managers and institutional investors for index funds and as benchmarks for active investment strategies. Approximately $16 trillion in assets are benchmarked against the Russell U.S. indexes. Russell indexes are part of FTSE Russell, a leading global index provider.
“Joining the Russell 2000 Index reflects our continued execution as we position Startek to be a leader in global customer engagement,” said Lance Rosenzweig, Global CEO of Startek. “We remain committed to serving high-growth companies in the technology, next-gen retail, healthcare, financial and travel sectors, and we look forward to leveraging the increased awareness that the Russell 2000 Index brings to further engage with the broader investment community going forward.”
For more information on the Russell 2000 Index and reconstitution, please visit the Russell Reconstitution section of the FTSE Russell website.
Startek is a leading global provider of business process outsourcing solutions. The company provides customer experience management, back office and technology services to corporations around the world across a range of industries. Operating under the Startek and Aegis brands, the company has more than 45,000 outsourcing experts across 54 delivery campuses worldwide that are committed to enhancing the customer experience for clients. Services include omnichannel customer care, customer acquisition, order processing, technical support, receivables management and analytics through automation, voice, chat, email, social media and IVR, resulting in superior business results for its clients. To learn more about Startek’s global solutions, please visit www.startek.com.
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