Abstract Displays, a Cincinnati-based tradeshow exhibit company, announced that for the fourth year in a row the company has been named to the Inc. 5000 list.
Awarded by Inc. magazine, the Inc. 5000 award ranks the top 5,000 U.S.-based, privately held and independent companies with regards to four year revenue growth. Revenue in 2006 must have been at least $200,000, and revenue in 2009 must have been at least $2 million.
Abstract Displays was founded in 2000 by Carla Eng, a veteran of the tradeshow industry. Since its inception, Abstract Displays has received numerous awards and recognition for growth and has been recognized as an outstanding member of the community.
“2009 was a tough year for many companies in the tradeshow industry and we saw many of our competitors fall victim to the economy, decreasing headcount drastically or closing their doors altogether,” said Carla Eng, president of Abstract Displays. “But our company, with solid planning and growth strategies, remains strong and poised for another great revenue year. We are thrilled to be included once again in the Inc. 5000.”
For the second year in a row, Abstract Displays has also been named a finalist for the Better Business Bureau’s 2010 Torch Awards for marketplace ethics. Recipients and honorees will be recognized Wednesday, October 20 at Duke Energy Center beginning at 6 p.m.
An independent panel of judges selected 18 finalists, nine businesses and nine non-profits, for the Better Business Bureau’s 2010 Torch Awards for marketplace ethics, giving recognition and honor to those businesses and organizations who fully commit to ethical practices in all aspects of their business dealings. The judges evaluated the applications based on the eight judging criterion established by the Council of Better Business Bureaus and the International Torch Award program.
“Every employee in our company is held accountable for operating at the highest level of integrity and professionalism. Service excellence and world class customer service cannot be achieved without it,” said Eng. “Integrity, fairness and ethical business practices are mandatory and remain a key reason many of our clients keep working with us. We are proud to receive this recognition.”
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