Judith Anderson, Identity Systems, Inc. CEO Honored by WBENC
Identity Systems, Inc.
1324 Stimmel Rd.
Columbus, OH, 43223
Press release date: April 7, 2014
Judith Anderson President and CEO of Identity Systems, Inc in Columbus Ohio, was honored by the WBENC Women’s Business Enterprise National Council with their Super Star award along with 13 other exemplary business women in the US.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Judith Anderson President and CEO of Identity Systems, Inc in Columbus Ohio, was honored by the WBENC Women’s Business Enterprise National Council with their Super Star award along with 13 other exemplary business women in the US. Mrs. Anderson was chosen by the ORV Ohio River Valley council as the top executive in their region.
Mrs Anderson was honored at the Summit and Salute gala in New Orleans on March 20, 2014. “I am humbled by this recognition and am so very grateful to the WBENC for recognizing me and other entrepreneurs who have established themselves as leaders of women owned businesses around the country. It was an amazing experience, and as I had hoped, full of so many stories of success in one place.”
Mrs. Anderson’s company Identity Systems Inc, www.identitysystemsinc.com
(http://www.identitysystemsinc.com/), has been an innovator in the field nationwide of name badges and signage for 27 years. Identity Systems works in many diverse industries with clients ranging from Wal-Mart to Universal Studios to name a few. This year alone PIANKO, the Printing Industries Association of Northern Kentucky and Ohio, honored the company with 3 Gold awards for print excellence.
In addition, Mrs Anderson was also recently honored as Woman of the Year 2013/2014 by the National Association of Professional Women. “I always have strived to run a business that is based in kindness and quality products made in America. To be singled out by other accomplished professional women in this way is incredible.”
The WBNEC will also celebrate Mrs Anderson’s accomplishments at the upcoming Catch the Wave event in Columbus, Ohio April 13-15, 2014. In addition, she will also be recognized at the WBENC National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania June 23-25 2014.
Mrs Anderson offered advice to young women recently in an interview with WE USA Magazine “Twenty seven years ago when I started Identity Systems, there were no women to model myself after. The women CEO’s had either inherited a business from a family member or were women of wealth, who had the means to start a business. I, on the other hand, had $500.00, a credit card, and belief that I could make a good business, along with a good idea. I guaranteed my work and offered ideas for marketing with a name badge that had never been done before. It has been quite a ride, and my advice to young who want to start their own business is to know your product, move ahead with strong conviction, don’t give up, and always have integrity. Go forward ladies and prosper.”
The WBENC Women’s Business Enterprise National Council certifies women owned businesses nationwide. This certification allows it corporate partners to qualify women owned businesses and supports their supplier diversity endeavors. This certification helps encourage involvement of female owned business across the country in corporate America.
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