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NEW JERSEY'S TOP
Women-Owned Businesses
Ranked by 2013 total revenue
By Danielle Mack
Rank | Prev. COMPANY
YEAR ESTABLISHED
Website
OWNER
INDUSTRY
2013 Revenue
1 | 1
SHI International Corp.
1989
www.shi.com
Thai Lee
Global provider of IT hardware, software and services
$5 billion
2 | 2
Turtle & Hughes Inc.
1923
www.turtle.com
Suzanne T. Millard
Electrical and industrial wholesaler
$556 million
3 | 3
Artech Information Systems LLC
1992
www.artechinfo.com
Ranjini Poddar
IT staffing and project services
$336.59 million
4 | 4
Atrium Staffing
2002
www.atriumstaff.com
Rebecca Cenni
A wide range of industries including pharmaceutical,manufacturing, financial services, consumer products, retail, real estate, property management, cosmetics, flavors and fragrances
$138 million
5 | 5
Officemate International Corp.
1979
www.officemate.com
Sue Chen, Peter Chen
Office supplies
$100 million
6 | 7
D'Artagnan Inc.
1984
www.dartagnan.com
Ariane Daguin
Specialty meat and gourmet food
$82.50 million
7 | 15
Marketsmith Inc.
1999
www.marketsmithinc.com
Monica C. Smith
Marketing
$72.91 million
8 | 8
Stillwell-Hansen Inc.
1969
www.stillwell-hansen.com
Carol Stillwell
Data center infrastructure equipment and heating and cooling products and services
$62 million
9 | NR
Juniper Partners LLC
1988
www.juniperpartners.com
Lynne S. Katzmann
Senior living communities
$60.27 million
10 | 11
Partner Engineering & Science Inc.
2006
www.partneresi.com
Dana Derhake, Joe Derhake
Environmental and engineering consulting services
$53.99 million
11 | 9
ACCU Staffing Services
1979
www.accustaffing.com
Doris M. Damm, Elaine M. Damm
Temporary staffing and full-time placements in the areas of management, human resources, office support, administrative, accounting, technical, legal, financial services, banking, co-packaging and warehouse
$51.13 million
12 | 12
Bayshore Recycling Corp. and the Bayshore Family of Companies
1995
www.bayshorerecycling.com
Valerie A. Montecalvo
Recycling
$48.64 million
13 | NR
Sigma Group
1986
www.sigmagroup.com
Shannon Morris
Advertising and marketing
$48 million
14 | 10
Travel 15 LLC
1976
www.travel15.com
Carole Williams
Travel
$43 million
15 | 13
The Protocall Group
1965
www.protocallgroup.com
Roy Fazio, Janis L. LeBude, Lois Fazio-Weidhaas
Temporary, temp-to-hire and direct hire professional placement
$40.29 million
16 | NR
TPG Staffing LLC
2006
www.tpgstaffus.com
Mary Pomerantz
HR services and staffing
$39.40 million
17 | NR
INSYS Group Inc.
2000
www.insys.com
Linda Magnusson-Rosario
Information technology, business and clinical staffing
$35.90 million
18 | NR
Global Essence Inc.
1993
www.globalessence.com
Katrina Neale
Flavor, fragrance and cosmetics
$30 million
19 | 14
Bohren's Moving & Storage
1924
www.bohrensmoving.com
Denise M. Hewitt
Moving and storage services
$29.55 million
20 | 20
Diverse Lynx LLC
2002
www.diverselynx.com
Sujata Varma
IT consulting services
$28.12 million
21 | 16
The Atlantic Club
1977
www.theatlanticclub.com
Patricia A. Laus
Private health, fitness and spa facilities
$28 million
22 | 18
Hired by Matrix Inc.
1986
www.hiredbymatrix.com
Sharon L. Olzerowicz
Staffing services
$25.32 million
23 | 19
Seven Seven Softwares Inc.
1996
www.77soft.com
Adela Sering
IT services
$23.53 million
24 | 22
Meridian Property Services Inc.
1992
www.meridianservices.com
Martha Van Cleve, Paul Van Cleve
Commercial property management and construction
$20.28 million
25 | 23
Untracht Early LLC
1993
www.untracht.com
Tracey B. Early, David S. Untracht, Mark A. Soslow, Barry S. Kleiman
Accounting, tax, audit and management advisory
$19 million

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