AtNetPlus Honored with Ninth Cascade Capital Business Growth Award

AtNetPlus Honored with Ninth Cascade Capital Business Growth Award

Stow, OH – AtNetPlus, Inc., leader in IT, cloud, and web solutions, is honored to be selected as a Cascade Capital Business Growth Award recipient for the ninth consecutive year.

Last night, the 22nd Annual Awards Ceremony was held at the John S. Knight Center.  Here, the Cascade Capital Corporation recognized 41 companies this year from Summit, Medina, Portage, Wayne, Stark, Holmes, and Ashland counties.  These companies have either increased sales by 100 percent/$5 million or by increasing the employee count by 50 percent/25 people over the past five years.  The award highlights local companies that are investing in the Northeast Ohio economy by the way of growing their businesses.

AtNetPlus CEO Jay Mellon exclaimed, “Being a part of such a great group of companies is an honor.  It is apparent that the economy in Northeast Ohio is doing well and will continue to be strong.  AtNetPlus is proud to be recognized for our ninth Business Growth Award.  We will continue to bring peace of mind through technology solutions for our customers.  It is truly a reflection upon both our great customers and employees to have received this award.”

AtNetPlus President Jim Laber (left) and CEO Jay Mellon (right) with Robert Filipiak, Executive Director of the Cascade Capital Corporation.

AtNetPlus President Jim Laber (left) and CEO Jay Mellon (right) with Robert Filipiak, Executive Director of the Cascade Capital Corporation.

2017-02-13T11:11:36+00:00 October 5th, 2016|

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