Signal Founders Honored at EY Entrepreneur of the Year Reception

This week, Signal founders Marc Kiven, Mike Sands, and Eric Lunt were honored at the EY (Ernst & Young) Entrepreneur of the Year Finalists Reception. The theme of the evening was inspiration, as the event honored the inspiring entrepreneurship of the 31 award finalists selected from hundreds of applicants in the Midwest.

The finalists “are potent job creators and drivers of economic growth in the Midwest, and they ignite creativity and innovation in the people who work with them,” said Todd Novak, EY’s Central Region Strategic Growth Markets Leader.

For Signal, the award is a culmination of over five years of heart, dedication, and sheer hard work that our co-founders have dedicated to creating a leading technology company. Consistent triple-digit revenue growth, an expanding global presence, and over 15,000 clients are just some of the achievements that led to Signal being selected by EY as an award finalist.

Signal is among prestigious company as an Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, with executives from well-known brands like Morton Salt and Sargento Foods, growing technology companies like Brad’s Deals and Narrative Science, and up-and-comers like EatStreet and Shred415 among the other 2015 finalists honored at the event.

The final EY Entrepreneur of the Year award winners will be announced on June 17.

Originally published May 21, 2015

Kari Brownsberger

Senior Director, Integrated Communications

Kari Brownsberger is the former Senior Director, Integrated Communications at Signal. Prior to Signal, Kari worked in the PR agency world, specializing in marketing technology. She is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago and originally from Ohio.

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