EurekaFacts CEO Jorge Restrepo Inducted into the Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame

ROCKVILLE – EurekaFacts CEO Jorge Restrepo was recognized today as a 2018 inductee into the Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame to celebrate his impact on the business community and significant accomplishments as a 16-year business owner in Rockville, Maryland.

 

The Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame is a celebration of visionary individuals who have made a substantial impact on the Montgomery County business community. Since its inception, the program has raised over $860,000 for scholarships at The Universities at Shady Grove, the University System of Maryland’s regional educational center that brings 9 public universities and 80 academic degree programs to Montgomery County.

 

Over 400 business, government and community leaders came to the award luncheon at the Universities at Shady Grove’s Conference Center in Rockville to honor four 2018 inductees as this region’s “best of the best” while raising scholarship funds for local students. This prominent event brings together influencers in the community who are committed to the success of Montgomery County and the education of our next generation of leaders.

 

“It is an honor to be among this group of inductees in the
Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame… such a worthy cause celebrating
entrepreneurship and education, dual forces that shape a better future.

– JORGE RESTREPO, CEO, EUREKAFACTS

 

About EurekaFacts

EurekaFacts is a market research firm focused on quantitative and qualitative research as well as advanced data analysis. Headquartered in Rockville, EurekaFacts has emerged as a leading insights provider with specialized expertise in conducting research with hard-to-reach audiences, including Hispanic entrepreneurs, consumers and 11 segmentos of Hispanics plus a number of other lingual groups.

 

About Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame

Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame is a celebration of visionary individuals who have made a substantial impact on the Montgomery County business community. Its annual Hall of Fame award program raises funds to benefit scholarship programs at The Universities at Shady Grove, the University System of Maryland’s regional educational center that brings 9 public universities and 80 academic degree programs to Montgomery County. Since its inception, this event has raised over $860,000 for USG scholarships.