Englewood Cliffs, NJ/ April 22, 2015 — Diversity Business.com, the nation’s leading multicultural internet site, will announce on April 30th at the New York Harvard Club, that JBK Associates International has been named as one of the top 500 Women Owned Businesses in the United States. JBK is being recognized both for its renowned executive leadership development programs in addition to its highly regarded diversity programs.
JBK also placed in the Top 100 Diversity Owned Businesses in New Jersey and was ranked as one of the top 50 Women Owned Businesses in New Jersey.
According to DiversityBusiness.com, study after study shows people prefer to do business with experienced and successful companies. Each year DiversityBusiness.com collects and compiles the ‚ÄòTop Business List’ on a State and National basis. The data is used to determine the top businesses and the most successful entrepreneurs across the United States.
“We are extremely pleased to achieve this recognition. There are more than 9 million women owned businesses in the United States and to be recognized as one of the top 500 businesses is truly an honor. We work hard to advance diversity in everything we do, including working with our clients to promote diversity within their ranks,” says Julie B. Kampf, CEO and Chief Possibilities Officer of JBK Associates.
Founded by Julie B. Kampf, the talent solutions firm specializes in the acquisition and development of senior-level leadership. JBK Associates International offers a full-service talent management business team that helps organizations and individuals succeed with services such as recruiting and retention, diversity initiatives, succession planning, staff augmentation, on-boarding and assimilation, and leadership coaching.
The firm which is headquartered in Englewood Cliffs with offices in NY, West Palm Beach and Atlanta, has been in business for 13 years. JBK prides itself on its ability to provide exemplary personalized service and achieve high results for clients. Julie Kampf is the author of From My Bad to My Best: How Individuals and Companies Can Differentiate Themselves in the Age of Mediocrity, a book based on her experiences observing the impact of civility in corporate success or failure.
JBK Associates International has also been ranked as one of the nation’s top innovators in diversity by Profiles in Diversity Journal and as one of Working Mother Magazine’s Best Women Owned Companies. The firm was named to Inc. 500/5000 fastest-growing private companies in America for three consecutive years. For more information, please visit www.jbkassociates.net.