Earthquaker Devices

EarthQuaker Devices awarded Exporter of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
 
AKRON, Ohio — EarthQuaker Devices, LLC has been awarded the 2019 Exporter of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Administrator Linda McMahon, the head of the SBA, announced the 2019 National Small Business Week awardees for 17 different categories ranging from research and development, exporting, outreach, contracting, lending, disaster recovery to manufacturing and construction. 
 
“The SBA works to connect entrepreneurs to counseling and funding opportunities that provide the boost they need, no matter what stage of the lifecycle their business is in. Together with our SBA lending and resource partners in communities across America, small businesses are able to confidentially drive our economy,” McMahon said.  “During National Small Business Week, the SBA will present well-deserved honors to the many individuals and organizations that have excelled at assisting small businesses, whether they are starting, growing, or recovering from disasters.”
 
Exporter of the Year
EarthQuaker Devices
Akron, OH
Julianne Marie Robbins, CEO
Jamie R. Stillman, Founder, President, Product Designer

 
National Small Business Week will be observed May 5-11, 2019, with events in Washington, D.C., around the country and online. All awardees have been invited to Washington, D.C. to participate in events and ceremonies on May 5-6. For more information about National Small Business Week visit: www.sba.gov/nsbw

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