RSI Wins Leadership Award at the New York Enterprise Report
MT. LAUREL, NJ (DRAFT, 2006) – RSI won the award for Leadership at The New York Enterprise Report’s Small Business Awards Gala, this September at the Copacabana in New York City. The best practice winners were announced to an audience of more than 425 leaders from the New York Metro Area Small Business community.
Several dozen small businesses submitted applications and finalists were chosen in each category. They were selected by judging panels consisting of industry leaders, based on their ability to demonstrate the use of a best practice to generate competitive advantages, revenue profits and/or long-term value. Profiles of the best practice winners will be featured in the November/December issue of The New York Enterprise Report.
“This award is something we are honored to receive,” said David Friedman, president of RSI. “This award is a great example of RSI’s emphasis to constantly try to improve ourselves to the benefit of our clients. I am excited that we were chosen for this distinction.”
The New York Enterprise Report, in print and online nyreport.com, is the only media that exclusively serves tri-state area small business decision makers. Featuring award-winning “how-to” articles written by experts, each issue of The Report provides critical ideas and solutions, making it a must read for those looking to grow their businesses.
RSI specializes in customizing employee benefits packages and services to meet specific benefits needs for more than 600 businesses throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Manhattan. By offering customers consistent, reliable and personal service, RSI has grown into a leading benefits consultant for companies with 10 to 1,000 employees. Among its many services, RSI provides businesses with benefits administration, consultation, employee training and education, and compliance supervision. What began as a traditional brokerage agency in 1980 has grown into one of the largest complete benefits providers in New Jersey today.