- • advocating on behalf of small businesses,
- • providing products or services that address the unique challenges faced by small businesses,
- • revolutionizing how small businesses do business or how they solve business challenges,
- • small businesses grow,
- • or otherwise impacting small businesses in a significant way.
Christine Perkett of PerkettPR Named a Top 100 Champion in the 2013 Small Business Influencer Awards
A business owner and SMB advisor for 20 years, Perkett helps entrepreneurs through services, advice and investment Boston, Sept. 30, 2013 – Christine Perkett – CEO and founder of PerkettPR Inc., writer and digital marketer - has been named a Top 100 Champion in the 2013 Small Business Influencer Awards. The Small Business Influencer Awards, produced by Small Business Trends and SmallBizTechnology.com, honor those who are influential to small businesses in North America, through the products, services, knowledge, information or support they provide to the small business market. Christine has spent the last 20 years as a small businesses and startup authority, counseling hundreds of companies across many industries including tech, healthcare, consumer and more. From business plans to steady growth - including through M&As and IPOs – Perkett and her team are dedicated to helping entrepreneurs reach their business goals and realize their dreams. Perkett has spent 15 years running her own award-winning small business, PerkettPR, and serves other small businesses through services such as marketing, PR, digital and social engagement strategies, training and more. She is also an active angel investor and serves as a Board Director and Advisor to various businesses, providing counsel and driving decisions on everything from finance to HR, sales and branding to product development and more. The Small Business Influencer Awards are designed to recognize the unsung heroes of small businesses – those who support and encourage entrepreneurs and small business owners, and help them achieve success and stay successful. The Champions are chosen based on a combination of voting by the small business community and a panel of judges steeped in the small business market, who considered the contributions of the nominees over the past year toward: