Despite the challenges of the pandemic and supply chain disruptions, Competitive Edge Partners & Consulting always aims to deliver excellence for its customers.
The company was recently recognized for its success with a spot on the 2022 Orlando Business Journal Golden 100 list.
The Golden 100 list features the largest privately held companies in Central Florida, ranked by most recent year-end gross revenue. To qualify for the list, companies must be at a minimum 51% privately owned and operated and headquartered in Orange, Seminole, Osceola or Lake counties.
“One of our company mottos is ‘Whatever it takes’,” said Competitive Edge Partners CEO Debbie Rodriguez. “I’m proud that my incredible team truly delivers on that promise for our customers on every project. It’s an honor to see that hard work recognized and to be among some of the top businesses in Central Florida on this list.”
Competitive Edge Partners reported 2021 gross revenue of more than $12 million, coming in at No. 76 on the list.
The recognition is just the most recent in a stream of awards the company has received. Earlier this year, CEP and Rodriquez made the OBJ’s list of the Best Places to Work in Central Florida. The company was also named one of the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Florida by The Commonwealth Institute-Florida (TCI-FL) and Kaufman Rossin. Finally, Rodriguez was named an Ignitor of the Year by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando in 2022.
For the full list of the Orlando Business Journal’s Golden 100 ranking, click here
About Competitive Edge Partners
Competitive Edge Partners & Consulting is a Central Florida-based prime subcontractor. The company specializes in electrical, painting, prime services and safety. CEP consults with each client on every project, providing accuracy and compliance for each scope of work and going the extra mile to ensure success. CEP is dedicated to exceeding expectations and providing superior service through safety, accountability, commitment, integrity and passion. The company is minority and woman-led by CEO Debbie Rodriguez. For more information about CEP, visit compedgellc.com