Daily Herald Business Ledger reveals Entrepreneurial Excellence Award winners

 
Daily Herald Report
Updated 9/28/2021 5:20 PM

The Daily Herald Business Ledger announced the winners of its annual Entrepreneurial Excellence Awards in a Facebook live video presentation. The winners are:

• In the category of Early Stage, Larry Blackburn, president and chief solutions officer of Datatelligent.

 

• In the category of Growth, Karen Coley, president of SBC Waste Solutions Inc.

• In the category of Innovation, Sanjeev Arora, CEO of Kuvrr.

• In the category of Innovation, Dekovia Livingston, owner of Livingston Taxes.

• In the category of Innovation, John Orlando, CEO and system engineer at Epiq Solutions.

• In the category of Innovation, Bill Uliveri, owner and managing director of Cenacle Capital Management.

• In the category of Lifetime Achievement, Karon White Gibson, TV producer and host of American TV Productions.

• In the category of Lifetime Achievement, Chip Miceli, president and CEO of Pulse Technology.

• In the category of Lifetime Achievement, Roch Tranel, founder and CEO of The Tranel Financial Group.

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• In the category of Lifetime Achievement, Howard Wallach, founder and president, A-Z Entertainment Ltd.

• In the category of Outstanding Service to Entrepreneurs, Rebecca Hoffman, founder of Good Egg Concepts.

• In the category of Outstanding Service to Entrepreneurs, Sue and Ron Rescigno, vice president and president, Rescigno's Mailing Services.

• In the category of Outstanding Service to Regional Spirit, David Gray, CEO of GreenSeed.

• In the category of Young Entrepreneurs, Dr. Michael Hartlett, clinical administrator at Integral Medical and Rehabilitation.

• In the category of Young Entrepreneurs, Vince Miceli, vice president at Pulse Technology.

• In the category of Young Entrepreneurs, Wyatt Nelson, founder of Wyatt's Dog Company.

• In the category of Young Entrepreneurs, Keyur Patel, director at Red Roof Plus.

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