Achievers & Accolades

Fortuna receives Vet100 award for second consecutive year

By Staff Report, posted 1 month ago
Photo pulled from Fortuna's Monthly Roundup newsletter.  

Fortuna, a distinguished multi-year winner of the Inc. 5000 award, proudly announces its receipt of the Vet100 award for the second year running. This notable achievement underscores Fortuna's unwavering commitment to supporting Veterans and military families.

The Vet100 award, presented in collaboration with Inc. Magazine and the Institute for Veterans

and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University, celebrates the fastest-growing Veteran owned businesses in the nation. Fortuna's inclusion in this elite list for another year is a testament to its sustained growth and innovative business practices.

Members of the Fortuna team had the honor of attending the VeteranEDGE conference, an event dedicated to offering cutting-edge resources and networking opportunities for Veteran entrepreneurs. The conference, hosted by the IVMF, provided an invaluable platform for engagement with other industry leaders and discussions on the future of Veteran-led business in America.

"Fortuna exists to support Veterans, military spouses, and reservists. We are so grateful to be able to take a large role in delivering the solutions these communities need," said Jack Smith, CEO of Fortuna in a press release. "We are deeply honored to receive the Vet100 award for the second consecutive year."

Fortuna's recognition at the VeteranEDGE conference highlights its role as a leading entity in the Veteran business community. This accolade is a continuation of Fortuna's trajectory of success and innovation, emphasizing the company's dedication to providing exemplary services

and solutions. 

As Fortuna looks to the future, it remains committed to building on its foundation of success, fostering growth, and continuing to serve as a beacon of excellence in the Veteran business community.

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