World Synergy Recognized With 2015 Weatherhead 100 Award

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World Synergy Selected as a Northeast Ohio Fastest Growing Company For the Second Year in a Row

World Synergy Recognized with 2015 Weatherhead 100 Award

Cleveland, OH – December 1, 2015 – For the second year in a row, World Synergy has been selected as a fastest growing company in Northeast Ohio by Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management. The Weatherhead 100 award recognizes the region’s top 100 fastest growing companies over the past five years based on success in the region and consistent revenue growth year-over-year.

“We are honored to be recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in Northeast Ohio for the second year in a row,” says Glenn Smith, CEO of World Synergy. “Winning this award is an incredible achievement for us and a reminder that the hard work and dedication driven by our clients and employees is something to be thankful for as we continue to grow and serve our greater community.”

Established in 1988, the Weatherhead 100 awards are the premier celebration of Northeast Ohio’s spirit of entrepreneurship and the companies leading the way in Northeast Ohio. The positive growth trend World Synergy is experiencing includes an expansion in revenue, clients, and employees, showcasing the organization as an example of leadership, growth, and success in Northeast Ohio.

“Nothing gives us more pleasure than helping companies not only succeed but thrive in an ever challenging market. Receiving this honor demonstrates our increased customer engagement and growth as a strategic business partner,” says Smith. “We would like to thank Case Western Reserve University and the Weatherhead School of Management for recognizing us with such an award. Congratulations to all 2015 winners!”

The full list of 2015 Weatherhead 100 award winners can be found on Case Western Reserve University’s website.