The Kingswood Company Among ICIC and Fortune’s Inner City 100 Winners Annual ranking showcases the 100 fastest-growing urban businesses in America.
COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Kingswood Company, the industry’s leading supplier of private-label jewelry care products, earned placement on the 2014 Inner City 100, based on the company’s accelerated growth over the past five years.The Inner City 100 honors the fastest-growing inner city businesses in the U.S.
The Inner City 100 program recognizes successful inner city businesses and their CEOs as role models for entrepreneurship, innovative business practices and job creation in America’s urban communities. The Kingswood Company results indicate a five-year growth rate of 138.5 percent. The City of Columbus, Office of Mayor Coleman nominated The Kingswood Company for the Inner City 100. Kingswood was one of two Columbus businesses to make the list, out of 86 local nominees.
“We are very honored to have been chosen as one of the 2014 Inner City 100,” said Kristie Nicolosi, CEO and President of The Kingswood Company. “We remain committed to growth and expansion of our business in the heart of Columbus, Ohio, enjoying the benefits of operating in a vibrant urban center.”
“We are proud to have The Kingswood Company chosen as part of the Inner City 100,” said Mayor Michael B. Coleman. “Kingswood’s success demonstrates that companies are thriving and growing in our urban core.”
Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio since 1956, The Kingswood Company is the world’s leading manufacturer of private-label jewelry care products, serving thousands of retailers, designers and manufacturers worldwide.
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