“Nova was founded from the desire to aid retail owners in effectively managing each aspect of their retail business. We attribute our current success to our innovative technological tools and excellent customer service.”
Miami Beach, FL (PRWEB) October 10, 2012
Nova Point of Sale from South Florida has been named as an honoree on the 2012 Empact100 White House event by Empact, an organization that focuses on making entrepreneurship a viable career option for everyone around the world.
The list was finalized by the 2012 Empact Academy. Members of the Academy are among the United States’ leading entrepreneurs, and include:
- Aaron Batalion, Founder & CTO, Living Social
- Gene Landrum, Founder, Chuck E. Cheese
- Jeff Hoffman, Founding Team Member, Priceline.com
- Jeff Sandefer, Founder, Action Foundation & Sandefer Offshore
- Mike Delazzer, Founder, Redbox
- Linda Rottenberg, Co-Founder and CEO, Endeavor
- Chuck Templeton, Founder, Open Table
Now in its second year, the Empact100 recognized Nova Point of Sale as being among the United States’ “Top 100 Companies Started by Young Entrepreneurs,” (under the age of 30) during a ceremony held on Friday, September 28 in Washington, D.C. Shai Benamo, 29, President, accepted the award on behalf of Nova Point of Sale at the ceremony.
“We’re very pleased that Empact has chosen to recognize us as a leading company,” says Benamo. “Nova was founded from the desire to aid retail owners in effectively managing each aspect of their retail business. We attribute our current success to our innovative technological tools and excellent customer service.”
“The annual Empact100 and Empact Showcase are both a testament to the impact that entrepreneurs are making on our economy, and an inspiration to aspiring entrepreneurs,” said Sarah Green, Co-Founder, Empact100. “We are proud of all of the 2012 Empact 100 honorees and pleased to support them by celebrating the spirit, dedication and hard work that has made them successful entrepreneurs.”
About the Empact Showcase and Empact 100
Formally known as Extreme Entrepreneurship Education, Empact aims to facilitate a culture of entrepreneurship in communities around the world by exposing young people to entrepreneurship and celebrating the vital role young entrepreneurs play in our economy. The showcase was initially founded by the Empact organization in partnership with the Kauffman Foundation. The Empact100 showcase is corresponding to President Obama’s establishment of National Entrepreneurs’ Day and Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Prior to the Empact100 showcase, entrepreneurs meeting the minimum criteria from across the country were invited by Empact to apply for the Showcase. The list was judged primarily by revenue, with additional factors such as number of employees, social impact, growth over the past year, and innovativeness coming into play. In 2012, the companies on the Empact Showcase contributed more than 8,000 jobs to the economy, and controlled $1 billion in revenue.
For more information on the Empact100 , visit http://www.empact100.com, or connect with the Empact 100 via Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/iEmpact or Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/iEmpact. Please direct any questions to Empact100 co-founder, Sarah Green, at mlist(at)iempact(dot)com
For more information about Empact visit http://www.iempact.com
About Nova Point of Sale
Nova Point of Sale is a vibrant software company offering point of sale software for retailers worldwide. Our risk-free, pay-as-you-go management solution provides not only an efficient alternative to cash registers but a full retail management solution.
Nova Point of Sale enables small businesses to develop their enterprises. We execute this by providing technological tools to control every aspect of a retail business remotely. Retailers using Nova have grown from one location to dozens, and from dozens to hundreds of locations. This has indirectly helped create thousands of jobs, and on a small scale, incentivized the economy.
For more information about Nova Point of Sale, visit http://www.novapointofsale.com