Accelerated Business Results Named as Finalist for Small Business of the Year

CINCINNATI, Ohio (April 24, 2013) – Accelerated Business Results (ABR), a full-service, award-winning training company, has been named as a finalist in the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Excellence Awards for 2013. ABR was nominated in the category of Small Business of the Year (16-50 employees) along with five other local companies.

“The combination of our stellar talent and steadfast commitment to exceeding our clients’ expectations enabled ABR to have one of our best years in business,” said Amy Fox, President and CEO of ABR. “We are appreciative of the partnerships we have with our clients. We never stall or take them for granted.”

The Cincinnati Chamber’s Small Business Excellence Awards recognize the successes of small businesses in the Cincinnati area in seven categories. The 2013 awards ceremony will be held on May 16 at the Millennium Hotel in downtown Cincinnati.

Founded in 2001, Amy Fox started ABR with no outside investors, yet the company has had year-over-year growth. ABR designs, develops, and implements customized training, e-learning, facilitation, and coaching solutions, as well as other interactive tools and programs. The company’s focus on unique, quality solutions since its founding a decade ago has earned it industry recognition and helped to build an impressive list of clients, including Comcast, Sprint, Macy’s, U.S. Bank, and Time Warner Cable.

ABR was named as one of the “Businesses WE Watch” by the Cincinnati Chamber’s WE Celebrate Awards in 2012. The company is also certified as a women’s business enterprise through the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the nation’s largest third-party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the U.S.

See the full list of the Cincinnati Chamber’s 2013 Small Business Excellence Awards finalists.

Visit the Accelerated Business Results website for more information about its training services.

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