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SBC seeks nominations for Business Person of the Year

Rochester Business Journal
April 3, 2014

The Small Business Council of Rochester, an affiliate of Rochester Business Alliance Inc., seeks nominations for its 32nd annual Business Person of the Year Award program.

The annual awards honor individuals who have contributed to the growth of their companies, excel at leadership and give back to the community. Awards are presented in two categories, for firms with fewer than 50 employees and large firms with 50 or more.

This year’s selection committee will evaluate nominees based on percentage revenue and employment growth, business leadership, industry and professional achievements and community service. To nominate, go to www.rochestersbc.com/nominatenow. Nominations are accepted through May 30.

Winners are to be announced on Oct. 15 at the SBC’s Annual Gala Luncheon.

Last year’s winners were Amy Castronova, president of Novatek Communications Inc., and Mark Davitt, president of Continental Service Group Inc., which does business as ConServe.

(c) 2014 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or email service@rbj.net.


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