Endiem CEO and Founder Geraldine Gray: Women Who Mean Business 2020 Honoree

  • Oct 14, 20
  • Emily Danvers

This week Endiem CEO and Founder: Geraldine Gray becomes a double industry-award winner when she is presented with her title of honoree at the Houston Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business 2020 Awards. Those that follow Geraldine will know that the dust is only just settling on her winner’s title in the ‘Entrepreneur’ category at the ALLY 2020 GRIT Awards℠ and Best Energy Workplaces℠ on Tuesday!

The Houston Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business Award honors women across nine industry categories for career achievement, contribution to company success, community involvement, and leadership. The honorees were selected among hundreds of nominations by a panel of Houston business leaders. Geraldine is being honored in the category of Professional Services, with a select few others.

“I was simply thrilled and delighted to be recognized as an Honoree of 2020 Women Who Mean Business. Being in the position of receiving two awards in one week is a huge win for the whole team at Endiem and importantly for the incredible customers, we serve, confirming the value that Endiem brings as their Salesforce consulting partner. With 80% of our business coming from referrals, to have the trust and loyalty of our network is everything and prestigious awards such as this one underline the excellence you can expect from Endiem,” said Gray.

We are delighted that others recognize in Geraldine what our team sees every day, and we are thrilled to be part of the exciting things she has planned for Endiem and its customers. And don’t tell her we said this--she’s pretty fun to work with as well.

Geraldine will be recognized in a special section of the Houston Business Journal's Oct. 16 weekly edition and during a live, online awards event on Oct. 15. We hope you will join us in celebrating her.