Richard Makerson Wins Atlanta Business Chronicle Small Business Person of the Year Award

By September 24, 2018Ideas For Your Business

Atlanta, GA – September 24, 2018 BlueFletch CEO and Managing Partner, Richard Makerson, was announced the winner of the Small Business Person of the Year, Best Minority Entrepreneur Award.

The annual Small Business Person of the Year Awards recognized Richard Makerson as metro Atlanta’s outstanding minority entrepreneur who has owned his or her business for at least one year. The event honored winners in seven categories where they were evaluated for exemplary business achievement, customer growth, community leadership, industry influence and entrepreneurial success and financial success in the past year.

“I am overwhelmed and appreciative of this award. This is a team effort and shared by everyone at BlueFletch.” said Richard Makerson. “Operating from a purpose and building a business model around what you and only you can do makes all of the sacrifices worth it. Thank you Atlanta Business Chronicle for the opportunity. The process and exposure that the Business Chronicle brings is one of a kind.”

BlueFletch is team of mobile development experts dedicated to helping our enterprise clients solve business problems using mobility. Since 2008 BlueFletch has grown into a widely trusted mobile company in the enterprise space by developing high value line-of-business apps for companies in Retail, Consumer Goods, Healthcare, and Transportation & Logistics.

The annual Small Business Person of the Year Awards is presented by Atlanta Business Chronicle in partnership with Metro Atlanta Chamber. Award winners were announced at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens on Thursday September 20, 2018. Read more about how Richard sets the tone and focus of BlueFletch for our enterprise mobility service and product strategy here.

 

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