Emerging Enterprise News Corp. announced today that it has awarded its distinguished Visionary Leadership Award to executives of four rapidly-growing entrepreneurial companies. Judging criteria included product innovation, sales growth, increase in market share, customer reviews, ethical sourcing and manufacturing practices, and employee satisfaction. [See full release]
The recipients include: Amber Benson, President of RUVI (www.goruvi.com); Natasha Tewarie, Founder and CEO of Natasha Essentials (www.natashaessentials.com); Karen Behnke, Founder of Juice Beauty (www.juicebeauty.com); and Gil Zaidman (Chief Technical Officer) and Yuval Brash (Managing Director), Co-Founders of V3 Communications (v3comm.com).
Announcing the awards, Damon Testaverde, a managing director of Emerging Enterprise News Corp., said the combination of slow economic recovery from Covid, along with volatility in the stock market, increasing energy prices, and higher borrowing rates from commercial lending institutions have all contributed to particularly rough times for developmental-stage enterprises and young businesses in 2022.
“But these amazing companies have weathered the storm through lean management and organic growth. When you’re operating in a tight cash economy, where consumers don’t have a great deal of disposable income, you’ve got to be ultra-competitive.
“Three things that these companies all share, aside from great product offerings, are an exceptional aptitude for high transparency, information-driven digital marketing, and a genuinely intimate understanding of precisely what their target audiences need in a premium product. They’ve clearly done their homework.”
RUVI, Natasha Essentials, Juice Beauty, and V3 Communications are privately-held companies whose founders and executives maintain substantial hands-on roles in day-to-day operating management, making all major decisions about product development, marketing, and growth strategy. [See full release]
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