June 19, 2012adminFeatured, News

The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC), created by the Harvard Business School (HBS), recently honored Adapt at a reception held on May 9, 2012 in Boston, MA. The ICIC competition included nationwide nominations of ten candidate firms per city that exhibited the attributes of quality goods, work, service, enterprise, diversity, and, most importantly, satisfied clientele.

Adapt was recognized as a top 100 inner city small business selected from a pool of over 1000 national candidates. All 100 honorees received a full day of informative lectures from HBS professors on subjects that included strategy, competitiveness, and growth. The ICIC’s long-term goals include facilitating and reenergizing the entire US economy using the nation’s inner city businesses as a backbone to that potential growth.

Adapt would like to thank our tireless employees and loyal clients in the telecommunications, real estate management and development, and Lending industries for helping us attain this
recognition and honor.

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