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Business urged to promote Atlantic Canada

October 8, 2011

A year ago, an analyst visited the headquarters of Remsoft Inc., a Fredericton software company with clients who range from South America to Southeast Asia.

The analyst, in town for a company briefing, couldn’t fathom that a tech company like Remsoft was based in New Brunswick. “He expressed surprise that we were from New Brunswick,” recalls co-CEO Andrea Feunekes. “That bothers me.

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New Brunswick Business Journal
October 8, 2011

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