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ENVISION named finalist in local emerging business of the year program

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Founded in 2007, ENVISION was created to help corporate print buyers lower their costs and provide one-stop print solutions, according to Brian Hess, ENVISION's President & CEO.

It's a formula that works: ENVISION, which is located in Camp Hill, exceeded its sales goal in only its second year in 2008.

"ENVISION's success has multiple components," Hess said. "We provide our clients with exceptional customer service and we treat our vendors fairly and value our relationship with them. We treat our vendors the same as our customers because they are equally important to our success."

ENVISION's clientele runs the gamut from a small start-up retail candy store to the largest real estate company in the United States.

"Our printing expertise allows us to work with companies that span such a diverse business demographic," Hess said. "Our business model empowers our employees to consistently make decisions that take into account the needs of our clients and suppliers."

One of the judging criteria for the Emerging Business of the Year program is a company's role in civic and non-profit organizations.

ENVISION recently announced its 'ENVISION Gives Back' initiative, a program it has actually administered since the company was founded. The program provides monetary or in-kind services to non-profit and civic groups in Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey.

The Emerging Business of the Year finalists were announced on November 1 at the Hilton Harrisburg.

Qualified companies for this award category must be for-profit, privately-held businesses either headquartered or with significant operations in Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, York, Perry, Adams, and/or Lebanon counties. Nominees must be in business for five years or less.

The finalists are recognized as "rising stars" based on their actual or potential growth, innovative products or services, and/or commitment to their employees and community.


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