Bruce “Ed” Jesson Named a Judge in U.K. Heropreneurs Awards Recognizing Veteran-Owned Businesses
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Tysons Corner, VA, June 18, 2018– OBXtek, Inc.’s CEO and Chairman of the Board Bruce “Ed “ Jesson was recently selected as a judge in a prestigious international business award program dedicated to veterans. Jesson joins military, government, and business elite as a judge in the U.K.-based Heropreneurs Awards, which recognizes veterans who have successfully transitioned to the private sector as entrepreneurs, said Dale Spencer, OBXtek President and Chief Operating Officer.
“Ed is the perfect mentor/judge for the Heropreneurs Awards, as he is retired U.S. Army who went on to found and grow OBXtek, a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Business, to one of the fastest growing businesses in the country,” Spencer said.
OBXtek is a relationship-driven technology and logistics company committed to identifying impactful solutions that help our government partners execute their missions efficiently and effectively. For more information, visit https://www.obxtek.com.
About The Heropreneurs Awards
The Heropreneurs Awards, in association with The Telegraph, is a new organization created to celebrate the success and entrepreneurial spirit of ex-members (and their families) of the Armed Forces.
There are eight categories, each one recognizing and rewarding the achievements of those people who since leaving the Armed Forces have gone on to successful careers outside the military services. For more information, visit https://heropreneurs.co.uk/heropreneurs-awards.