KnowBe4 Chief Executive Officer Stu Sjouwerman has been chosen as a finalist for the 2017 EY Businessperson of the Year Medals.
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The 2017 EY Businessperson of the Year Medals is now in their 31st year. The system has proved extremely admired and has now been expanded to over 145 cities in 60 countries all over the world. The 2017 EY Businessperson of the Year Medals are the first, and only, international medal program of its type.
The medal program cherishes businesspersons who have displayed unbelievable devotion to their company and their societies and have promoted invention and accomplished main successes.
Businesspersons are evaluated on a wide variety of standards by a group of impartial judges, consisting of businesspersons and trade and finance directors.
There can be just one victor in each local group, even though being chosen as a finalist indicates business leaders have determination, drive, vision, and devotion that has been successfully transformed into sound financial accomplishment.
“I am excited to be selected for this award. As a serious businessperson, I have worked extremely hard to ensure each firm I begin and manage is better compared to the last. KnowBe4’s expansion has been constantly up for sixteen successive quarters, and this award confirms the business spirit. I expect to motivate other people to follow their visions and make it work as a business,” stated Sjouwerman.
The victors of each local category will be named at a gala occasion at the Omni Orlando Retreat at Champions Gate on June 23, 2017. All local victors will be qualified for attention for the National 2017 EY Businessperson of the Year Awards, the victors of which will be named at a festival occasion in Palm Springs, California on November 18, 2017.