Wednesday, November 19, 2008

IBT Holdings Honored by Women Presidents' Organization and Entrepreneur Magazine

/PRNewswire/ -- The Women Presidents' Organization (WPO) and Entrepreneur Magazine have announced that IBT Holdings has been named one of the Top 50 fastest-growing women-owned/led privately-owned businesses in North America.

Comprised of IBT Enterprises, Design Build Concepts and International Banking Technologies, IBT Holdings offers the complete continuum of solutions for the financial services and specialty retail industries. IBT Holdings companies provide customers with ground-up, storefront, and in-store design and construction services as well as retail consulting services.

"IBT Holdings' distinction as one of the country's fastest-growing companies is a testament to our company's prudent growth strategy," said Mylle Mangum, chairman of IBT Holdings. "Even amidst difficult economic times, we continue to help new and existing clients create engaging retail and customer experiences."

This is the second time the WPO and Entrepreneur have teamed up to create the Top 50 list. The WPO is the premier peer advisory organization for women. With more than 1,300 members and 82 chapters located in the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom and Peru, the WPO has experienced rapid growth since its inception. Local WPO chapters are coordinated by professionally trained facilitators and meet monthly to share business expertise and experience in a confidential and collaborative setting.

"The fastest-growing businesses in the Top 50 are all rapidly building on existing success, and our ranking recognizes the accomplishments of these remarkable entrepreneurial women," said Marsha Firestone Ph.D., president and founder of the WPO. "The Top 50 list also shows the diversity of their business ventures, from IT consulting/engineering to industrial construction and advertising, as well as their important impact on the economies of their community."

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