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Ideal Contractors of Wisconsin Attends Minority Business Awards

wisconsin minority business sponsored by Gov. DoylePresident of Ideal Contractors of Wisconsin, Diane Polczynski, and Directory of Business Development, George Lawrence, joined The Department of Commerce honoring four Wisconsin companies and naming the winners of the Outstanding Business (large and small company) Award, Rising Star Award and Good Citizen award at the Governor’s Marketplace Conference luncheon on Wednesday, October 13th at the Country Springs Hotel and Convention Center, Pewaukee.

The four awards are made to Wisconsin-based ethnic minority businesses (as defined by the State of Wisconsin) that are organized for-profit. The Outstanding Business Awards recognizes an established minority enterprise that demonstrates overall experience on company history, product, sales and market impact, customer service, employment and management dimensions. The Rising Star Award recognizes an emerging minority business that shows great promise as an innovator, either by virtue of its product or service offering, or shows promise of strong competitive advantage and growth because of its business model. The Good Citizen Award recognizes a Wisconsin minority business that has made and continues to make a positive contribution to society and its community.

Winners of the Awards were as follows:

Outstanding Business – Large Company Award Winner (more than 25 employees)

    Southern Wisconsin Interpreting and Translation Services, Ltd (SWITS)

Outstanding Business – Small Company Award Winner (less than 25 employees)

    Mars IT, Inc.

Rising Star – Winner

    Global Refractory Installers and Suppliers

Good Citizen Award Winner

    Multicultural Entrepreneurship Institute, Inc.

The Department of Commerce is firmly committed to the development of a broad base of minority businesses that provide quality goods and services,” said E. Aggo Akyea, Director of the Bureau of Minority Business Development. “We believe there is a strong business case for minority business development in the State of Wisconsin and we intend to do everything we can to support that philosophy as exemplified in these award winners.”

The Department of Commerce also presented the Community Economic Development Award to Craig Anderson, President and Executive Director of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin. They received special recognition for directing positive change and expanded opportunities to enhance the quality of life in the community.

Marketplace 2010 proved to be a premier matchmaking and training event for minority-owned businesses seeking to sell to government and large corporate buyers. Ideal Contractors took away much information from this year’s 29th Annual Governor’s Conference on Minority Business Development, which was themed “Small Business – Big Ideas”.


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