On Friday, January 27, 2012, the South Metro Denver Small Business Development Center recognized Webolutions® as its 2011 Corporate Sponsor of the Year. Webolutions CEO John Vachalek also received a Certificate of Appreciation from the organization.
“Webolutions was chosen because of its tremendous contributions to our Website design and development initiative in 2011,” said South Metro Denver SBDC Executive Director Marcia McGilley. “We exceeded all goals, thanks in large part to the excellent work Webolutions provided.”
The South Metro Denver SBDC achieved 223 percent of its goal for Job Creation, 225 percent of its goal for Job Retention and 111 percent of its goal for Business Starts. It lists the Website, blog and social media among additional highlighted achievements. The Center’s measurable business impact in 2011 was over $60 Million.
“Since the inception of the South Metro Denver Small Business Development Center,” said Vachalek, “Webolutions has been proud to support this group by providing guidance, leading workshops and providing their online presence, including their Website, eNewsletter, blog, social media marketing tools, search engine optimization and hosting. One of the primary driving factors to this organization’s success is that they have scored #1 on Google under the search term, ‘Small Business Denver’ for several years. Webolutions is proud to have the opportunity to work with such a great group of people and participate in the overall advancement of business climate in our community.”
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