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Columbia Chemical Receives Award From Business Group

Prestigious award was developed by The Entrepreneurs EDGE to recognize value-creating, mid-sized companies in the region.
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Mike Miller of EDGE with Kevin Reilley, V.P. of Operations, and Brett Larick, President, of Columbia Chemical.

 

Columbia Chemical was among an elite group of  Northeast Ohio mid-sized companies to be recognized at the 2013 Leading EDGE Awards on May 23 at Lorain County Community College in Elyria, Ohio.

 

In its seventh year, this prestigious award was developed by The Entrepreneurs EDGE to recognize value-creating, mid-sized companies in the region. Qualifying companies operate within the 17 counties of Northeast Ohio and generate revenues up to $750 million, a portion of which must be outside the region.

           

Honored companies were identified by the value they create in our regional economy, based on a sum of their EBIT (earnings before interest and taxes) and total taxable compensation for all Northeast Ohio-based employees.

           

EDGE drives growth for companies by bringing together their leadership teams to share best practices and inspire each other to pursue the biggest opportunities.   EDGE is a  non-profit, and is the only Northeast Ohio economic development group that is focused on helping mid-sized companies strengthen their leadership teams in order to take their companies to the next level.

 

For more information, contact Columbia Chemical Corporation, 1000 Western Drive, Brunswick, OH 44212, 330/225-3200, www.columbiachemical.com.

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