Winners were spread out across all categories that included small, medium, large, start-up and innovator for the awards. This noble initiative by Bright House seeks to honor companies and organizations that have impacted the Greater Orlando area with their products, services and through leadership.
Fattmerchant won the start-up award after being in business for 1-3 years, Bajalia International Group won the small business award with between 5-25 employees, Synergy Billing won medium business award with between 26-100 employees while Engineering & Computer Simulations was awarded the large business accolade with between 101-500 employees. The innovator award went to Pegasus Transportation.
Winning businesses were honored at a special celebration held on March 11 at the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek. The event featured Thomas K. Sittema, CEO, CNL Financial Group, as the keynote speaker. The Orlando Economic Development Commission also recognized the United States Tennis Association with the 2016 Newcomer Award, which honors the most outstanding new neighbor in the Greater Orlando regional business community.
Bright House Networks teamed up with Chambers of Commerce in nine counties to host the event that connected local businesses in a celebration of best-in-class. The company awarded prizes totaling over $1,000,000, including commercial TV production, air time, inclusion in a customer newsletter, and cash.
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