Accelerated Business Results Celebrates 10 Years in Business

Award-winning training and social media company has delivered innovative and results-driven solutions since 2001

CINCINNATI, Ohio (December 16, 2011) – Accelerated Business Results (ABR), a full-service, award-winning training and social media firm, celebrated its 10-year anniversary last month. Amy E. Fox, ABR’s President and CEO, founded the company in November of 2001, soon after 9/11.

“Everyone thought I was nuts for wanting to start a training business right after 9/11! I saw training organizations shrinking and businesses expecting their employees to do more,” said Fox. “I recognized that businesses of course still needed training, but more flexible training solutions to meet their needs. That’s where ABR came in.”

Fox started ABR from the ground up, with no outside investors, and the company has had year-over-year growth. The company designs, develops, and implements customized training, e-learning, facilitation, coaching, and social media solutions, as well as other interactive tools and programs. ABR’s focus on unique, quality solutions since its founding a decade ago has earned the company industry recognition and helped to build an impressive list of clients, including Comcast, Sprint, Procter & Gamble, and Time Warner Cable.

About Accelerated Business Results

ABR is a full-service, award-winning training and social media company specializing in sales and service performance, social media solutions, management and leadership development, and product knowledge. In 2011, ABR was recognized as one of the “Businesses WE Watch” by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s WE Celebrate Awards and was a Cincinnati Business Courier “Fast 55” recipient in 2008. In addition, the firm has been cited as a Company of Distinction by the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD). For more information on ABR products and services, visit

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