The latest edition of the Milwaukee BizTimes (Sep. 7 – 20, 2015) features this years’ Future 50, the fifty select growing companies in SE Wisconsin according to the rankings of BizTimes. They’ve been at this for quite a while, and we admittedly are partial since we were selected for this prestigious group three years in a row culminating in our designation as a Master Mettle organization, so we naturally think they are on-the-mark with their selections.
The Master Mettle group members are lauded for sustaining their growth patterns in both good and not-so-good economic times. The members of that group this year are Cornerstone Plumbing LLC of Waukesha, EmbedTek LLC of Hartland, KS Energy Services, LLC of New Berlin, SmartChoice MRI of Mequon, Transcendent LLC of Hartland and W.I.S. Logistics of New Berlin.
All these Future 50 companies represent a true cross-section of businesses in this area. Of the fifty, 2 are in the finance/real estate/insurance arena, 3 are in the wholesale trades, 15 are in manufacturing, 8 are technology companies, 7 are constructions organizations, and 15 provide ‘other services’.
WFA Staffing is very proud to work with some of these Future 50 organizations in support of their growth through searches to provide additional team members as they expand.
COSBE, which operates under the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC), stands for the Council of Small Business Executives, and Mary Steinbrecher, COSBE’s Executive Director, stated that capturing a Future 50 designation 3 times is a “significant accomplishment”.
WFA Staffing extends its congratulations to all the Future 50 companies and especially to those six Master Mettle award winners for this year.
All would likely say that they have gotten to this level based upon having an excellent group of employees with the knowledge to help drive their business forward. WFA Staffing is in the business of helping to identify just those kinds of employees regardless of what skill set they may need. Give us a call and give us a challenge. We don’t get paid unless we perform.
Tom Krist, President