GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO – May 2, 2014 – STARTEK, Inc., (“STARTEK”) (NYSE: SRT) a leading provider of high value business process outsourcing services, announced it will report first quarter 2014 financial results on May 8, 2014. A conference call will be held on the same day to discuss the Company’s financial results. The call will begin at 3:00 p.m. Mountain Time (5:00 p.m. Eastern Time). To participate in the teleconference, please call toll-free 866.318.8618 (or 617.399.5137 for international callers) and enter “52938834”. The call may also be accessed via the Company’s website at www.startek.com. A web-based replay will be available and accessible from the investor page of Company’s website at www.startek.com.
STARTEK is a comprehensive contact center and business process outsourcing service company with employees we call Brand Warriors who for over 25 years have been committed to making a positive impact on our clients' business results. Our mission is to enable and empower our Brand Warriors to promote our clients' brands every day and bring value to our stakeholders. We accomplish this by aligning with our clients' business objectives and performing against those, resulting in a trusted partnership. For more information, visit www.startek.com or call +1 303.262.4500.
Rosemary Hanratty, Marketing Director
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