WhiteSpace Named Business Growth Award Honoree for 12th Consecutive Year

News-2016 Cascade Capital

Akron, Ohio (Oct. 5, 2016) – WhiteSpace, an Akron-based strategic integrated marketing and communications agency, was recognized as one of the region’s fastest growing companies at last night’s 2016 Cascade Capital Business Growth Awards ceremony at the John S. Knight Center.

The annual award show honors small businesses from Summit, Medina, Stark, Portage, Wayne, Ashland and Holmes counties that have achieved significant growth in sales or employment. To be eligible, businesses must increase their sales by 100 percent  or $5 million, or increase their staff by 50 percent or 25 employees, over a five-year period.

WhiteSpace has been honored with a Cascade Capital Business Growth Award every year since 2005, earning the company a special Legacy Award in 2015. “We are proud to be recognized for our continued role in supporting and revitalizing our local and regional economy,” said Keeven White, WhiteSpace president and CEO. “This success is a testament to the hard-working WhiteSpace staff and our commitment to accurately identifying client needs and creatively fulfilling client expectations.”

The prestigious Cascade Capital Business Growth Award ceremony and dinner recognized 41 businesses and attracted more than 300 top CEOs and decision-makers from around the region. Presented by Cascade Capital Corporation in conjunction with Akron/Canton Smart Business Magazine, it featured a keynote address from Akron Mayor Daniel Horrigan. The Cascade Capital Business Growth Awards is now in its 22nd year. For more information, go to www.cascadecapital.org/GrowthAwards.html.

To find out how WhiteSpace can help your business grow, reach out to us now. Or to congratulate Keeven directly, email keeven@whitespace-creative.com!


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