Yorkville Consulting Receives 2020 Manhattan Business Hall of Fame Award, Fifth Consecutive Year Winning Best of Manhattan Award in Marketing Consulting and Training

Manhattan, NY – June 25, 2020 – Yorkville Consulting is among an exclusive group of small businesses that have won the Best of Manhattan Award for five consecutive years. This distinction has qualified Yorkville Consulting for the 2020 Manhattan Business Hall of Fame. Only one winner is selected in the highly competitive marketing consulting category in Manhattan.

Each year, the Manhattan Award Program identifies companies that have achieved exceptional success in their business category. These companies enhance the positive image of business through outstanding service to their customers and community. The program focuses on companies that have grown their business in spite of difficult economic times.

Multiple sources of information are analyzed to choose winners in each category. Winners are determined based on information gathered internally by the Manhattan Award Program and external data provided by objective third parties.

About Yorkville Consulting

Yorkville Consulting, a certified WBENC woman-owned business, trains your teams to be world-class marketers. We provide the insights and tools to help your teams collaborate effectively and grow your brand and business. Yorkville Consulting is headquartered in New York City and services Fortune 500 clients across the U.S.

 About Manhattan Award Program

The Manhattan Award Program is an annual awards program honoring achievements and accomplishments of Manhattan businesses. The recognized companies use their best practices to implement programs that generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

The Manhattan Award Program was established to recognize the best of businesses in the community. The organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and multiple business groups. Their mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy.

Source: Manhattan Award Program

Contact: Manhattan Award Program