Enhesa receives EBJ award for its international expansion

For the second time Enhesa has received the Environmental Business International (EBI) award.  The 2010 award is given for the Enhesa international expansion. 

Enhesa S.A. (Brussels, Belgium) and its wholly owned U.S. subsidiary, Enhesa Inc. (Washington, D.C.), for expansion of its business on several continents. In 2010, Enhesa added its 150th country to its geographic coverage. Over the past two years, the company has engaged in special efforts to expand its presence in Africa—for example, adding Botswana, Congo, Ivory Coast, Mali, Niger, Sierra Leone, and Zambia to the existing list—as well as the smaller Pacific nations, such as the Marshall Islands and the Federated States of Micronesia, and Caribbean countries such as Aruba and Barbados. This expansion has not only extended to new countries, but also to additional jurisdictions within countries. During 2010 Enhesa coverage expanded to include over 100 states, regions, and provinces, including all Canadian provinces, most Chinese provinces, and Australian and Brazilian states. Coverage of U.S. state requirements also continues to expand to include 38 states today. The firm expects that, by the end of 2011, all U.S. states will be covered as well. Over the past decade, Enhesa has seen continuous growth in revenue of greater than 20% per year.

Enhesa also received the Award in 2007 as a small consulting firm, for its rapid and sustained organic growth.

You can read the full story at http://www.ebiresearch.com/2010_EBI_%20Awards

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