Governors Marketplace Award
2019 MARKETPLACE Governor’s Awards recognize outstanding businesses
October 25, 2019|News from WEBC (Wisconsin Economic Business Council)
Governor Evers presents awards to top minority-, woman-, and veteran-owned businesses
MADISON, WI. Oct. 24, 2019 – Eight Wisconsin businesses received top honors in the 2019 MARKETPLACE Governor’s Awards competition, which recognizes outstanding businesses owned by minorities, women and service-disabled veterans.
“To meet the challenges ahead of us, we must recognize how important inclusion, equity, and diversity are to a strong economy,” Governor Evers said. “These awards showcase the important contributions that minority-owned, women-owned, and service-disabled veteran-owned businesses make to our communities every day and how they are an important part of building an economy that works for all of us.”
The MARKETPLACE Outstanding Business Awards recognize Wisconsin businesses that show overall business excellence in sales growth, product innovation, employment and management. Those awards have two categories, one for businesses with more than 25 employees and one for small businesses with 25 or fewer employees. The Rising Star Awards recognizes the achievements of businesses operating less than five years that have demonstrated strong growth potential.
All winners are Wisconsin-based companies certified as being minority-owned (MBE), woman-owned (WBE) or service-disabled veteran (SDVB) business enterprises.
The 2019 Outstanding Business award winners are:
WBE: Coakley Brothers and Brothers Interiors – Milwaukee
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