Philadelphia Business Journal Top Women Owned Businesses 20172017 Top Women-Owned Businesses recognizes the top women-owned businesses in the Philadelphia region. The Philadelphia Business Journal ranked the 2017 Women-Owned Businesses in the Greater Philadelphia region by their 2016 revenue.

2016 Top Women-Owned Businesses recognizes the top women-owned businesses in the Philadelphia region. The Philadelphia Business Journal ranked the 2016 Women-Owned Businesses in the Greater Philadelphia region by their 2015 revenue.

2015 Superstars in Business Award honors businesses and nonprofit organizations for their outstanding achievements and model approaches to business and management. They are presented to companies that have been in business for at least three years, have no more than 150 employees, and are members of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce.

2015  The Philadelphia 100 is a merit based program. Only companies that are among the fastest growing, privately-held companies are awarded the Philadelphia 100 designation and the award is one of the most sought distinctions in the region.

2013 Delaware Press Association honored the Back to Basics Learning Dynamics website in the 2013 DPA Communications Contest. The annual DPA Communications Contest encourages and rewards excellence in communication and is open to all professional communicators in Delaware. Judged by out-of-state communications professionals to ensure impartiality, the contest provides an opportunity to compete in various print or electronic broadcasting fields.

Delaware State Chamber of Commerce Award of Excellence 2012 honors businesses and non-profit corporations for their outstanding achievements and model approaches to business and management. The awards are presented to companies that have been in business for at least three years, are small businesses based on number of employees, and are members of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce.

2011 The Delaware Small Business Administration (SBA) Entrepreneurial Success Award recognizes Back to Basics’ steady expansion since 1985 in both revenue growth and number of employees.  Selection was also based on Back to Basics’ innovative approach within the education industry and its outstanding community involvement, as well the company’s receipt of SBA assistance in the past.

2010 Better Business Bureau (BBB) Torch Award for exceptional leadership, transparency, and business ethics was given to Back to Basics as public recognition that this is a business that maintains a solid commitment to conducting business practices in an ethical fashion. The award has become a signature celebration of business ethics in the marketplace and helps to illuminate the importance of corporate conscience, responsibility to upholding a fair and honest marketplace, outstanding service, and responsible business practices.

2004 Delaware Small Business Administration “Small Businessperson of the Year” is the most prestigious of all SBA awards. It is presented to the entrepreneur who has developed an outstanding growing business. The award was open to all nominees residing and employed in the United States. Nominees were evaluated based on a firm’s staying power as evidenced by a history of established business, increase in sales and continued growth, current and past financial reports, innovativeness of product or service, response to adversity and contributions of the nominee to the community. Biographies, business profiles, and financial statements were all used to determine the most outstanding nominee in the state.

1998 Delaware Entrepreneurial Woman of the Year Award was received by Back to Basics Learning Dynamics Founder Beverly Stewart, M.Ed. The honor was sponsored by the Delaware Capitol Review, and honors a woman who represents entrepreneurial success and spirit, and who is an inspirational model for others.