Rochelle Park, NJ – DAK is proud to announce that Chief Marketing Officer, Joan McGeough has been named the Enterprising Women in Commerce for Marketing by The Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ) and COMMERCE Magazine.
The award was presented at the first annual Enterprising Women in Commerce Awards Reception – paying tribute to the achievements, determination and dedication of a select group of women.
Fifteen women were recognized as Enterprising Women in Commerce in their respective industries The reception was held at the Glen Ridge Country Club, and attended by more than 140 people. The honorees were selected by an independent panel of judges.
It is truly an honor to be recognized by these two esteemed entities,” says McGeough “I very much admire all the support and resourcefulness they provide Business Owners, and I am thrilled to be considered for this inaugural award.”
“These Enterprising Women in Commerce inspire and encourage others daily and are leaving their mark in their chosen professions,” said Anthony Russo, President of CIANJ. “CIANJ and COMMERCE Magazine are thrilled to be able to come together to honor these women who truly deserve to be in the spotlight for their accomplishments.”
Click here for the full list of all 15 Enterprising Women.
DAK is a leading investment bank serving middle-market privately held businesses in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, business sale, financial restructuring, bankruptcy, capital advisory, valuations and fairness opinions. Since 1984, DAK has executed hundreds of transactions across a wide range of industries. The DAK Value Accelerator is the proprietary process that allows clients to maximize the value of their business. DAK is headquartered in Rochelle Park, NJ.
Commerce and Industry Association of NJ
CIANJ is a statewide business advocacy organization, representing more than 900 corporate members from every industry sector. The organization asked the business community to nominate women they thought should be recognized. These nominations became a special section of the August issue of COMMERCE Magazine.