Social Media Explorer Wins GLI Inc.Credible Award!

SME proudly accepts small business award for Innovation/Technology Utilization

by Kat French |

From the beginning, our mission at Social Media Explorer has been to help businesses of all sizes use technology and innovation to grow and prosper.

The Louisville chamber of commerce, Greater Louisville, Inc., is also a tremendous resource and supporter for business growth in the local community. In a metro that is home to companies as large as Yum!, Humana, GE, Papa John’s and UPS, you might think small business would be easily overlooked by the area chamber. But you would be wrong.

Since 2000, Greater Louisville Inc. has highlighted the outstanding Louisville small business ecosystem with the Inc.credible Awards, which recognize top small businesses in a number of categories.

This year, Social Media Explorer LLC, is proud to announce that we’ve received the Inc.Credible Award for Innovation/Technology Utilization.  This particular award was presented by U.S. Voice & Data. To qualify, nominees had to have “demonstrated ability in adopting and utilizing technology to directly increase productivity, efficiency, revenue and/or profits.”  Additionally, nominees were reviewed based on informed decision-making process around technology adoption, strategic implementation and ability to measure results of utilization.

We’re so pleased to have been nominated, and were absolutely stunned to have won. There were 1,500 nominees for the Inc.Credible Awards this year, and 30 finalists across all categories. They all represent the thriving small business culture here in the Ville, and we’re proud to be counted among them.

Many thanks to GLI for this unexpected honor!

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About the Author

Kat French

Kat French is the Client Services and Content Manager at SME Digital. An exceptional writer, Kat combines creativity with an agile, get-it-done attitude across a broad range of experience in content strategy, copywriting, community management and social media marketing. She has worked with national brands like Maker's Mark, Daytona Beach Tourism, CafePress and more.