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MarshBerry is proud to announce they have been recognized by Crain’s Cleveland Business as one of their 52 Fastest-Growing Companies in Northeast Ohio.  This is the first time MarshBerry has received this award.

“This year MarshBerry has been celebrating our 35th Anniversary and being recognized by Crain’s Cleveland Business as one of Northeast Ohio’s 52 Fastest-Growing Companies is the icing on the cake,” said John Wepler, Chairman and CEO of MarshBerry.  “This recognition comes on top of a terrific year for our organization.  We have added twenty new Peer Exchange Network Partners to our organization year-to-date, we continued to see our industry-leading thought leadership initiatives drive knowledge for our clientele and we believe we are on track to have our best M&A year ever as we plan to be recognized as M&A advisor on 50+ transactions.  In addition, we have solidified our long-term succession plan by becoming 100% owned by an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) Trust.  With our amazing staff, I’m excited to see what the future holds.”

Crain’s 52 Fastest-Growing Companies recognizes the entrepreneurial spirit, innovative business tactics and skyrocketing revenue growth of the 52 fastest-growing companies in Northeast Ohio. The companies have been selected based on a combination of revenue growth and total revenue. The full rankings will be published in the November 14 issue of Crain’s.

About Crain’s Cleveland Business

Crain’s award-winning editorial staff reports on area companies, executives and business owners in manufacturing, finance, healthcare, real estate, higher education, government, non-profit, technology, small business, law and more. Learn more at www.crainscleveland.com.

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