Reflections on being in the Top 100

In seeing our name listed in Business in Vancouver’s Top 100 Fastest-Growing Companies for 2011, we were both humbled and overcome with a sense of pride.  Humbled to be mentioned along side some of this province’s most innovative and up-and-coming organizations; and proud of the accomplishments our team has realized to date.

As with most organizations, we have certainly faced adversity and uncertainty over the years.  An ever-evolving business landscape, competition for key resources, and an economic downturn, are but a few of the challenges we have encountered in recent memory.

Through it all, however, our team has responded to the call by turning such challenges into opportunities to differentiate ourselves and grow our company.   To all members of the Global family, we’d like to extend a deeply felt thank you.

Similarly, our success would not be possible without our valued clients.  To each of you, we express our genuine appreciation for giving us the opportunity to service your needs.  We know you have choices when it comes to service providers, and we pledge to continue our efforts to provide quality service and products when, and how, you need them.

Turning our sights now to the future, we look forward to continued growth in the years to come.

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About vbtwocents

Rubber band manufacturer with a penchant for space travel and hyrdothermal vent exploration.

One response to “Reflections on being in the Top 100”

  1. Stacey Friedman says :

    Congratulations we are proud to work with you on so many projects.

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